When most people think of family heirlooms that get passed down from generation to generation, perhaps the visions of an antique wedding dress, an old photo album, a quilt, or a precious piece of jewelry come to mind. But for one family in Indiana, the family heirloom is a great picture day sweater that’s been handed down from one generation to the next for 61 years.
The current owner of the sweater is seven-year-old boy Brady Gose, who wore the sweater to his first grade picture day last week, the same way his father Chuck did back in 1982. The sweater’s journey began back in 1954, when Brady’s great uncle wore it. Brady’s grandfather then got the sweater four years later and ever since then it’s made its way around.
The youngest of the sweater wearers, Brady already knows he’s going to hand itRead More »from Picture day hand-me-down sweater has changed hands for 61 years