Saturday, May 7, 2011

Attention, mommy style/fashion bloggers

This is for those of you with little ones who wear outfits you pick out. You know. The one with the one year old who wears vintage dresses to the park. Or the one with the 15 month old who wears preppy outfits to the mall.

Here's a glimpse into your future.

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Yes, this is how four years old dress. Oh, and did I mention that we were on our way to the petting zoo. The petting zoo!!! (I should throw in here that Rich somehow convinced Anna to wear that green shirt. Otherwise, who knows what she what have been wearing.)

I would say that it doesn't get any better than this but it does.

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Yup, another petting zoo trip. I talked Tangled (aka Rapunzel, aka Emily) into taking the dress off when we reached the playground/petting zoo because I didn't want it to get ruined.

If you were to visit our home, you would think that my kids were hosting the Oscars or something. Why is that? Can we say outfit changes! I suppose I am getting a glimpse into my future with three teenage girls.

(By the way, check out that floor in the second photo. More on that later. I actually hate when bloggers say that but in this case, I'm too tired for a long post. What a suspense builder I am.)


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14 comments:

Olivia Grace said...

And THIS is why I LOVE reading your blog! I get the same feeling when I see all the nursery decor posts. The perfect Pottery Barn spaces with the vintage ceramic figurines. Just wait until those babies get to be of school age. Those designer prints will be swapped out with a Justin Beiber poster in no time!

Jen said...

lol!

Jan said...

Their eclectic outfits just add to their immeasurable charm!

Danae said...

I love it! I have 6 and 8 year old who still have some odd clothing choices. C'est la vie! :)

Jenn said...

I was at Target the other day and there was a mom in the checkout line in front of me. She commented on how cute my 1/o daughter was in her dress and matching bow. Then pointed to her boys, one was wearing a superman costume and the other was dressed like a cowboy. She enoy dressing your daughter now because said one day your little one will want to come out of the house like that and you'll just laugh and keep on going.

mommytocutiepie said...

Love the outfits! And yes, this is exactly why I LOVE your blog. I sometimes try to give some of the other blogs a chance and try to rummage through for substance. But after coming up with several posts of what my kid and I wore out on Saturday and some give away for a $40 boutique infant onesie, I give up.

emsydaisy said...

Happy Mother's Day!

emsydaisy said...

They are too much fun!
Happy Mother's Day!

Michelle said...

LOVE IT!!! We went to church this morning and my almost 4 year old always picks her own clothes. On the way in I told my husband she looked like Punky Brewster!! Happy Mother's Day to you!

Melissa said...

hehe... I love it! I saw a little girl (probably 4 or 5) dressed as a Storm Trooper today at church.

Wendy said...

bwahahah... awesome.

Laura said...

LOL! Too funny.

Crista said...

I love their outfits!
Hubby looked over when I was looking at the pictures and asked, in disbelief, "They are all girls?"
"Yup. Identical, too. And spontaneous, which means they were made without help."
Then he said wait until they figure out they can switch and I said ohhh, they're already trying that one! Then he said wait until they figure out each other's nuances. I have no idea where he gets these things. His parting comment was, "Their poor father, when these girls are teenagers!" LOL. I hope you enjoyed our conversation :)

Jayme said...

I loved that stage with my girls. Now they are 6.5 and 9 they sort of know how to match and what is appropriate... But I had a few years of princess dresses, rainboots, tutus and cheerleading costumes for day to day activities :)