I managed to dig some clothes out for the little rugrats today.
Sanita shoes, Gap pants (Thanks, Payton!!), HM shirt (Thanks, Cenone!) and some super curly hair. Wow.
Hysterical. Payless shoes, Old Navy tights and skirt, Walmart shirt and Zara (I think?) hat. And a 3 Ds.
Peek hoodie and pants. Nike shoes. I’m sorry, Charlotte.
Jamie. Jedi Jamie.
Jcrew sweater and shirt, Old Navy jeans and Nordstrom Star Wars shoes. He’s not mad. He’s using the force. Duh.
And here are some close ups of the 3 babies after we dropped Ria off at school. They are pretty.
[even with wet eyes and food-covered faces]
What did these little kittens wear yesterday?
Maria went with hair in piggies, JCrew top, Gap jeans and Nikes. Sporty yet fashion. Right?
Please know that I didn’t make her get down in the grass and pose ridiculously like this. It was her brilliant idea. Anyway, she wore a Gap (hand-me-down) sweater from Ria, JCrew tunic and Mini Boden jeans. Target shoes.
Awesome leopard print jacket, Mini Boden top (from Maria’s baby closet), Zara jeans and Keds.
Target jeans, Epic Threads shirt, Santa Cruz skateboards jacket and, always one to accessorize, a waffle.
Nordy’s white cotton blazer, Zara shirt, Gap denim skirt, Macy’s tights and, my personal favorite, saddle shoes.
Nordy’s striped shirt, Jcrew sweater, Gap denim skirt, Old Navy tights and Kenneth Cole boots.
Jamie. *shhhh, he’s in deep concentration*
Jcrew button up, Green Dog cords, Primigi boots.
First, let me say that she actually kept her hair in for a very long time today. We’re turning a corner. She wore a Zara shirt (it’s boys, but I kinda like foxes…), Gap leggings and Zara shoes. I’m a sucker for Zara little girl shoes.
This is what they wore Wednesday.
Because I missed Wednesday.
Gap pants (thanks Payton!), Mini Boden top and Sanita shoes. Undone hair.
Zara shirt, Mini Boden jumper, Nordstrom boots. Undone hair. But, I will say that we put it up into a bun for school!
Mini Boden shirt, Old Navy jeans, Converse shoes.
Mini Boden dress and sweater (their sweaters are the best) and Frye bootie boots. They’re from last year. And they fit 10x better now. And look…her hair is done. Score.
Zara sweater, Tucker and Tate shirt, Joes jeans and Costco knockoff Uggs.
Nordys sweater, Tucker and Tate shirt, Gap jeans and Fryes.
I would first like to point out that dressing five-year-old boys is not as fun as dressing girls. With that being said, Jamie wore a Star Wars shirt, Old Navy track pants, and his black cowboy boots. Yep.
Charlotte went the sporty route. She wore her hair wild and free, a Puma tracksuit, and her Dave Matthews shirt under that.
Hanna Anderrson jammies. That’s it. And actually, as I’m typing this, she’s just in a diaper.
Alice is wearing a Sprinkles for Sprouts headband, Crewcuts shirt and Gap jeans.
Mini Boden cardigan, Peek Kids top, Gap jeans (thanks, Payton!!) and Sanita shoes.
Crewcuts sweatshirt, Children’s Place shorts and fireman rain boots.
Today I cleaned out my car. I know, and it’s only 11:30. I can only imagine all the things I’m going to accomplish today. Except that Charlotte’s carseat cover is in the wash on “sanitize” that takes 2 hours (we had a bit of a diaper mishap) so I’m not sure what I will do about that when it’s time to drop the kids off for school….
In which I showcase the fashionistas who are my children. And fashionisto….fashionisto? Yep, Fashionisto.
Circo (Target) vest, J Crew Crewcuts Darwin shirt, Circo pants and Primigi boots.
Sprinkles for Sprouts headband, Zara shirt, Zara jeans and Frye Boots.
Tucker and Tate dress and Steve Madden boots.
Zara dress and Frye boots.
Pink and black striped shirt. Probably the most flattering print I could find for this ever-expanding 26 week belly. I’ve always heard that….horizontal stripes are slimming…right? Oops.
I know I’ve sucked lately. Yesterday, I spent ALL afternoon running around like crazy getting auction things done. We’re in the home stretch (thank GOD!!) and things are coming along. But yesterday, what may have taken one person 2 minutes to do, took me 45 minutes because she was busy with another task…but: I had to print sticker labels out. Well I had Charlotte with me, Charlotte who didn’t nap. I had to get the sticker paper. I had to go find a computer that had a printer attached (apparently the 3rd time is the charm) and working, print it out, find someone who knew how to load sticker paper in the copy machine, make copies of the labels. Done. After 45 minutes. But then I also had to stick those stickers on 90 envelopes (I enlisted the help of a coordinated 1st grader) and then staple each envelope to a memo that is going out to parents. Phew! But wait. I then had to distribute them to the students. But it wasn’t just dropping off a stack to each teacher. They went to specific kids (because some have siblings and we didn’t want to double up on families, ya know). So I had to find the kids’ cubbies and put them in, x7 (for each grade). All this with a very squirmy 7 month old on my hip, at my ankles, or wandering the halls. ah! I was so sweaty and exhausted by the end.
I am so thankful for Alicia for getting that memo out to parents, because without it we probably would make very little on the class baskets (which are amazing…Alicia has a GIFT!!!).
And today I am driving up to Spokane to see my little cousin (who I suppose isn’t really little anymore) who had back surgery. Yikes.