Oh you guys. This is going to be one of my favorite Louis posts, I just know it. Our boy is one of the bajillion kids in America that is hooked on YouTube videos (starting with toy reviews and quickly transferring to watching people play MineCraft or other video games). He's been wanting his own YouTube channel for well over a year now. Today, we finally made it happen.
And he helped me design a logo, which we then printed onto a Patterns for Pirates Matey Muscle Tank. He picked out the fabric and told me what he wanted made, I just made it happen.
Louis hopes to get a lot of subscribers. And have fans. And make videos about video games, Legos and toys. He even has it in his head that he's going to sell things like tshirts and toys to his fans. I don't know how long this will last, but it's cute while it's happening. I'll encourage this level of entrepreneurship and creativity. For sure!
We couldn't help but throw in a muscle pose, in his muscle tank. Side note: I haaaaaate tanktops on men and boys. I mean, sure, it's cute on those little arms of his. But I just am anti-males-in-tanks all the way. Louis was mad that I told him he couldn't have a tanktop. And really, who am I to stop fashion? Even when I can't handle that fashion. So I caved and made him one.
So please, if you could, go check out Louis' new page: Louis Tube. Leave him some love on his first ever video. And if you're feeling so inclined, make sure to subscribe. If he gets 100 subscribers, he can have a custom URL and having his own website would basically make that little heart of his burst with pride.