"Collared shirts are too handsome," he answered. "I want shirts that are cool."
So, we went shopping. Together. It turns out that shirts that are "cool" are what I call "attitude" shirts--shirts with obnoxious sayings about how the wearer hates school and homework and parents. I tried my best to laugh at the immature humor. Then I told Neal that there was no way I would buy him and let him wear that type of shirt to school. I was raised by an elementary school teacher, after all.
We compromised on some BYU T-shirts and some baseball jersey-type shirts.
He did look pretty