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29/05/2013 at 12:59
Aww, it's pretty WS! You could do what one of C's friends did for her softplay party the other week, have one outfit for the playing, and that one for the eating etc.
Deedee, that is not helping
29/05/2013 at 13:02
Wow, that's cheap (the FB link, not the £35 one).
I'm not surprised she wants one, they're fab
29/05/2013 at 13:13
I saw the same outfit in TK Max a few weeks ago for about £12!
29/05/2013 at 13:14
WS I'm with you with the dress Sister!!
29/05/2013 at 13:29
I do let Molly have some say in what she wears, she is very girly and loves pink, but more so to match even down to her knickers and obviously the hair accessories have to match - she has a basket full and will go through them and tell me what she wants on a particular day. I love that dress too!
AK- I had not noticed the price, I could actually get it just for the skirt part for her!
Dolly- Might have to take a look in TK Maxx when we are back. I've ordered a few tutu dresses for her recently )I'm not completely mean haha)
Jennilola- Yay someone agrees with me at last
I just hope she doesn't ask to wear Converse with it next
29/05/2013 at 13:33
I would put it on E with her white converse
29/05/2013 at 13:35
I wear converse with skirts (inc my tutu )
29/05/2013 at 13:41
WS - I would let her wear converse with it - Molly looks cute in her converse with a skirt - she does have matching laces too
No cos he'd wear shorts every day no matter the weather so he's told he can go and choose something but not shorts. Then if it doesn't match then I swap it. O and he only ever wants to wear his city top too [babghead]
29/05/2013 at 13:48
You lot make me giggle
Must say CW, Molly does always look like a little princess. She is a cutey! I spent almost £70 on hair accessories a couple of weeks ago for Ella! I have a problem...
29/05/2013 at 13:49
CP- I actually worry about returning to the UK one day with my two. They rarely wear trousers, jumpers, coats, etc
29/05/2013 at 14:41
Zoe does although I have some control over it. From the age of around 2 she has had very very strong opinions about what she would wear and I've discovered there is no point buying something she doesn't like as she just will not wear it. So, we are skirts and dresses only in this house. No trousers at all. She will however wear leggings so that is how we get around it.
Generally now I order a selection of stuff to be delivered to the house that I like and then let her pick out of that. We do always hit the Monsoon sale together though and buy whatever fits and that we both like.
I love that outfit Whitesparkles.
29/05/2013 at 18:27
If E is out shopping with me she will help pick out stuff but usually she's happy with what I buy her. Say if we are going out somewhere for the day I will choose what she wears but we aren't going far or she's just playing out I'll let her pick.
With J I usually pick what he wears, although today he's just got the new Barcelona strip so I'm sure he'll want to wear that every day.
29/05/2013 at 19:09
My daughter chooses what to wear but I buy them all and mostly do it while shes not there. I never worry about whether they match I'm just pleased shes dressed. I'd never get out the house in the morning if I tried to insist on coordination when she was smaller!
I think that dress is gorgeous but I wouldn't buy it for my girl. I just remember what she wants to do which is run and jump and climb. She would love it and ask for it but its not practical.
My friend's daughter is like Jelly Baby's and will not wear trousers. Mine goes through phases although she does like her dresses.
29/05/2013 at 19:18
yes he does have a say but I usually get a few tops out that I like and he chooses from those.
29/05/2013 at 23:59
I generally let A choose what she is going to wear. I sometimes have to guide her though, for example telling her it she needs long sleeves if it is cold. I came home from work the other week and she was dressed in a summer outfit fit for 25+ degrees! She is good at matching tops and bottoms now. I still choose for the 2 boys.
30/05/2013 at 07:30
He does, and similar to JB. If I put him in smoething he dosent like he will take it off or refuse to put it on. Now I buy things with a compramise that I think are ok and know he will ware otherwise it's just a waste of money.
We were back as in December last year, -1 degrees outside and he point blank refused to warr a coat, so he went with out. Not ideal and we were only outside for about 15mins but he would have none of it.
He is the same with new shoes though and hates them! Normally when we travel is when he gets new shoes, as flights are normally night time/ early morning we put them on while he is asleep and is fine. Try doing it when he is awake and aware, well it is the end of the world.
My Dad witnessed this last week, and mentioned to him that if I told him any of the above he would never have believed me, after seeing it for himself he now does!
Like Cedar we would never leave the house if I choose what he wares all the time.
30/05/2013 at 07:52
O has no say whatsoever though I think I need to let him choose a few bits one day.
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