Monday, October 26, 2009


Okay, I know most of you have seen the movie Big Daddy with Adam Sandler. If you are anything like me you loved when the little boy dressed himself. He was so creative and his crazy attire choices made him even more adorable. I always thought that Adam's character handled it so well and pretty much went with whatever the boy put on. Plus, I thought I would handle my children's clothing wishes in a similar manner. Then it happened to me...THIS happened to me:

I know what you are thinking. "Sarah it is not that bad. She looks adorable." And all I have to say to you is that you didn't see her in person. Her polka dot dress is size 24 months (barely hits her thighs and looks 3/4 length), her purple leggings do not match a single dot in her dress, her leggings are too short, her pink socks are rolled below her purple leggings, her shoes are glittery silver which is another color not found in her polka dot dress, her polka dot jacket totally does not match her dress, and her shiny NAVY blue head band looks so dorky and did I mention it was navy? Whew, that was a lot and who knows if I even got it all!

Is it just me or is it so much cuter when someone else's child is dressing like a crazy child?


  1. Well at least she matched the polka dots.. right??? We can give her that at least! : )

  2. It is cute when they are three, not so cute when they are 16. I used to always make a disclaimer whenever the girls were little and we had to go out in public like that. "Look what big girls I have, they dressed THEMSELVES today!" Enjoy it!

  3. I think it's adorable! (but I'm used to Elise wearing ALL sorts of things)

  4. Have you looked around at many young kids lately...she'd fit right in!! I keep wondering what would possess someone to put together some of the outfits I see today, but it's probably just my non-fashionista-ness. She's precious!