It's fun, now, when their fashions are adorable and affordable. But we gotta start a revolution in the fashion industry, after size 6, because suddenly we are expected to dress our beautiful daughters slutty-sexy-hip-hot, and/or otherwise quite expensively.... and I apologize for even tossing those words around, in front of sweet Jane. My own seven year old, passing by the baby-toddler selections, lamented, "Why are all the cute clothes for little-little girls?" Indeed.
I think our children always have more and better clothes than us.I haven't been around for a while...let me just say Jane is absolutely adorable!
I sure miss having a little girl to drees up. My "little" girl is now 14 and she won't even let me do her hair. That little smile melts my heart, how do you stand it everyday?
Same here. ;) Plus, who wants to buy clothes to try and fit a post-baby body?! I know I'm not interested. Maybe in a few months when the spare tire around my waist deflates a bit...one can only hope. ;)
Ohmylanta, can this child get any cuter? If you truly wanted us to focus on the closet, you would have done a post sans Jane images. Just sayin'.
Hahah awesome. If we ever have a girl, my husband will have to get a second job just to afford the clothes for her. Even Tommy has better clothes and MORE clothes than we do. But yes, I've decided too that it's totally okay. (o: Jane is getting so big! What a cutie!
Little Miss Jane...she is just too stinkin' cute!!I spent my time dressing little boys...enjoyed that too...but now that I have a sweet baby granddaughter...well, lets just say my Macy's card is cryin'!
Look at that cute, happy face!
Jane is getting so cute and chubby. Wish I could pinch her cheeks!
She is soooooooo precious!
Totally know how that feels! My little lady has a way better wardrobe than me too... I often covet her mini duds, and of course how cute she looks in them!
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