My little fashionista is thrilled that it is fall.
I thought McKenna was going to hyperventilate from excitement as she saw me pulling out her warm clothes.
I had to hide them in the spring. I stored them in bins (only solid colored bins, nothing she could see into) and packed them away in storage.
Without an expert hiding job she would have been wearing pink corduroys, sparkly sweaters, a zebra print skirt, striped tights and knee socks. All at once. All summer long.
In fact I’m not really sure fashionista fits her.
I’m thinking stubbornista may be more appropriate. She basically just choses the most horrendous combination of clothing in her closet and then refuses to wear anything else.
|Ms. McKenna sporting her first fall outfit, too small dress and leggings
(turquoise and yellow hoodie put on soon after).
So as I began carefully hiding her most coveted summer clothes and digging out her fall wear she could barely contain herself. She immediately put on a hoodie and has been beside herself all week. (Aside from her sense of style she also has a little hoarding issue and is just overjoyed with all she can manage to carry now that she has pockets in her hoodie and in her pants.)
Week one of fall wardrobe and this is what I have confiscated from her pockets thus far:
an animal cracker
a mini princess doll
a few cheerios
part of a bagel (with peanut butter)
a beanie baby
and last but not least
an egg beater
Today, I was behind on wash and she was out of hoodies so, not to sway from her hoarding habits, she put on TWO PAIRS OF UNDERWEAR so that she could store things IN BETWEEN THE TWO PAIRS.
Who does this??
I can only imagine when winter comes and a winter coat adds to her number of pockets. Who needs a diaper bag, or a dresser, or kitchen cupboards for that matter when you have pockets.
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