Rich and I arrived home one evening from work to find Allie and Anna traipsing around the house wearing their leotards from gymnastics and cowgirl boots. That was it. Two items. Leotards and cowgirl boots. Within minutes of our appearance, they started the I want to play outside chant.
Okay. Okay. We can play outside. But you have to put on shorts or something else. (Bringing them outside like that would have been borderline completely inappropriate.)
What a production that was. I pulled out the basket of shorts but, oh no, that wouldn't do. Finally, they settled on these skirts (or skorts, really), which are size 12 months but still look and fit fine.
Now, I know my kids are on the small side but they are still on the chart for their age. These skirts were obviously longer when they were a year old but they still fit fine. Do people really pack up clothing items like this when their kids reach an age outside of the size or do they hold onto them like I do until they really don't fit any longer? I know others have commented on having their kids wear too short pants and capris as capris and shorts, which is awesome to hear.
Okay, onto pictures because I HAD to take pictures of this.
Anna wanted nothing to do with the camera.
An here's Allie.