out to school: 2/12

February 13, 2013

my big girlsmy big girlsmy big girlsmy big girlsmy big girlsWhen the girls have to get dressed in the morning (most days are spent in pajamas), if we’re going somewhere, True’s usually the fastest in deciding what to wear and it typically includes layering. Brave takes forever to figure out her clothes and when she finally does have something on, it usually isn’t seasonally appropriate and I tell her to find something else (wearing shorts in the rain or a coat in the heat just wouldn’t work). Then she gets all frustrated again and ends up crying because she can’t find anything. Is this telling me something about those teenage years? And then we have Soulie, who you all know likes to wear her baby sister’s clothes and tuck in her dresses. It will be interesting how these fashion preferences and choices play out later.

on true: shirt, misha lulu. skirt, aa. leggings, misha lulu. shoes, toms. on brave: dress, c/o winter water factory (worn here by true). leggings, misha lulu. shoes, gap kids.

7 comments on “out to school: 2/12”

  • Keri-Anne says:

    Oh that first picture made me laugh. They look right real characters x

  • WHAT’S UP WITH WACKY LITTLE GIRL CLOTHING CHOICES??? Oh I so hear you about this being a preview of the teen yrs. The colder it gets, the less my daughter wants to wear, it’s too wild! And she gets very frustrated and will cry when she can’t find just what she wants to wear.

    Today she came down in a dress…OVER A SKIRT. I just went with it.

  • Hilary says:

    I recently found your blog and I am TOTALLY loving it! I’ve been really blessed by your family’s story. I live in the area and have a 2 year old who I want to home school when the time comes, and getting into vegetable gardening (I used to hate it) and eating healthy. Thank you for this blog! 🙂 God bless!

  • Halima says:

    I love their sense of style! And i really like how you allow them (within healthy limits like no wintercoat in summer etc) to use their own imagination and creativity. I think your daughters will just be awesomely dressed teens! Fashion icons 😀

  • Kiki says:

    I love seeing your daughter’s taste in fashion and how different they all are! I’m totally a Brave kind of girl–although I do love layering like True!–and I love her pattern mixing and Spiderman(?) shoes. She’s adorable and I love how as a mother, you really let your daughters be individuals (within reason, of course!). 🙂

  • Tabitha says:

    It is documenting their fashion style, from really small and onwards! I would have love to know what I liked to wear when I was smaller. So nice your daughters have this to look back on! I enjoy the ‘out to school’ – post so much, they always make me smile! Thanks!

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