I can't resist adorable girl clothes. I know Natalie will only wear what I pick for so long so dang it, I'm going to enjoy myself now. And I know I've written about how I don't understand what people mean when they say they have fall fashion--and I don't, for adults. For my kids, I get it. Their closets are better than my own. Ha.
I bought this first outfit on Etsy from Lightening Bug Lane Designs. The bracelet is not from the store although they make awesome beaded necklaces. This bracelet is from Gymboree.
Yes, I made farting sounds here.
And then Natalie made her own farting noises. I imagine people taking walks by the house do double takes..
Anyway, the outfit is well made and I love it! Natalie got a lot of compliments when she wore it to school. Someone asked if I made it. HA! I don't sew. I pay other people to sew. And I was not compensated to mention the Etsy store. I purchased the outfit and loved it so much that I wanted to share!
This next outfit is from one of my favorite stores. You all know what it is. On the count of three....one...two...three.....GYMBOREE!!
(She wanted to salute for Daddy)
I ran into the side off the house and made an acorn bounce of my head. I called it a flying terd. We are not a classy family, folks.
And then she wanted to salute again because "I love my daddy and his uniform and his salutes."
This final outfit is from Janie and Jack. I love Janie and Jack, but the prices make me cry. So I buy used Janie and Jack on eBay. This is how I purchased this outfit.
"I'm a confused horse!"
I'm a sucker for matching hats. I put Natalie in matching hats since she was born. When she began pulling off the hats around six months or so I'd go, "No, no, this completes the ensemble." Eventually she understood that the hats were to stay on her head. People would always marvel at this and go, "Why does she not pull them off?" Because she was tired of Mommy telling her that the hat completed the ensemble. She just wanted some peace.
"THESE ARE MY TEETH!" (She can get quite animated during photo shoots.)
I made more farting noises and asked her what she thought spider poop looked like. (She said tiny and brown.)
I really hope her future friends come from families who appreciate farting noises. Otherwise the parents might be stunned.
But farts are funny, yo.