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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Toddlerism: The Fashion Nightmare & Day 45. 320 Days Left.

From the moment I heard it’s a girl I immediately envisioned pretty ruffled dresses and cute little bows.

Well, she had no hair so pretty dresses it would be.

That was until she hit three; she has become an independent, self-dressing fashion nightmare. Trading her pretty sundress for boy tee shirts, mismatching her dress-up clothes with her everyday clothes, pairing pok-a-dot pants with nightgowns, green striped shirts with pink leggings and red Valentine’s day socks and the socks with sandals statement.

She is always insisting on picking her own clothes and dressing herself. So, I focused my battle--and it is, most days, a battle--on getting her to be weather-appropriate, and let the "fashion" slide.For now.

She will eventually have a sense of fashion right? That is something all girls, at some point, develop- isnt it?

Until then, there is this…

The "it's not a boy shirt" but really it is a boy shirt Armadillo tee she just had to have...and has to be washed every night because she wears it at some point EVERYDAY.

"Mommy- I ready to walk the dogs"

"OK,I ready for bed"


Day 45.



Twisted Cinderella said...

Oh she is too cute! I love to watch my girl dress up!

T B said...

Too cute!!! lol :)

Becky said...

Ellie had no hair for the first year and a bit, either! I was so excited when I could put her hair up.
My girls dress themselves, too and I find it quite cute (at the moment, lol).
And, I am sorry but SOME girls don't develop a sense of fashion - I never did :( But, if you have one it's probably likely she will!

Skye said...

I love the last picture of Addison & Jackson eating blueberries. Priceless!!