I told myself I was going to give Ky a bit of freedom when it comes to what she wants to wear; especially now that the weather is starting to warm up. I noticed she would be frustrated because she looooooves wearing dresses….but dude, not in 30 degree weather!
So for the past couple of weeks I tell her what the weather is like outside, give her some suggestions (ex: it’s a little cold this morning. Maybe you should wear so leggins with your dress. /or/ Don’t forget to put some shorts under your dress!), and then let her choose!
Here’s what she came up with:
Even though she hates pants, it was chilly this day…she looooooves her some pink kitty boots, a cap, and her “glasses from Wendy’s!
Now these Doc McStuffins leggins were supposed to be a “home” thing (being that she has a-whole-lot of booty and these are see-through-ish). But the ballerina bunny top and cardigan she had on earlier did the job.
Oh and let’s not forget her bows…your girl loves her a good bow!
Patterns and carefree about it
Giving us shades of pink and purple realness! (sidenote: Her shirt was backwards that morning, and I fixed it…only to pick her up later and she had turn it around again *insert eye roll*)
Noticing a pattern??
Minus not completely loving this rain poncho, very patriotic, don’t ya think? #Stars&Stripes
So what I’ve learned in this little experiment is:
- She loves dresses!
- Leggins are her go-tos
- The kid is about her accessories
- and I sure do buy A LOT of patterns!
Would/Will I continue this experiment?
HELL YEAH! The amount of time it’s given me to get myself together and dealing with A LOT less tears in the morning! But I think just giving her a bit of responsibility when it comes to choosing what she want to wear gives her a sense of expressing herself. And I don’t want to take that away from her…
…But when she starts going to school and has to wear uniform…that’ll be a-whole-nother story…