March 8, 2011

Snow suit

There is still about 10 million feet of snow outside and apparently "dress yourself" mornings missed that memo:


And why last season's swimsuit was still kicking around is beyond me.

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15 comments:

HiLLjO said...

I just realized what I must have put my mother through wearing my little mermaid sandals, mismatched socks and a tie-dye tutu.
But she let me go out that way...

Christina said...

Wishful thinking!

Em {Emerging Em} said...

Hahahah, definitely wishful thinking!

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

She must be a wee bit chilly but so darn cute, how could she resist the fashion!

gina luv said...

hahah;) too cute:)
gina

Roberta said...

Don't you just wish we had that much confidence...lol Precious...just precious ;)

Chrissy said...

That's hilarious and so my daughter! She does the same thing! I put the summer clothes into our storage and she pulls them out and comes downstairs with a dress and flip flops for school the other day...and we had about 10 inches of snow outside! hahaha

Kelli said...

Maybe she's trying to will the warm weather to begin.

Lindsay - Paint Me A Picture said...

I like to pull my suit out every now and then, keeps things interesting. Bahahahaha.

Into Ablivia said...

Wearing a bathing suit in Feb/March is normal in our house too!

SugarFoot Designs said...

Gotta love it! I think my 4 1/2 year old would live in her swimsuit if I let her, but being that we live in So. Cal it wouldn't be that bad of an idea!

Michael and Rachelle said...

How cute! My 4 year old and 2 year old have worn their swimsuits for the last 2 days. funny how little minds think alike.

twolittletots said...

kids...my think the same way! i don't think they even feel the cold some days!

Kim @ Party Frosting! said...

I'm with Wavey! (1st... LOVE the sock monkeys!) Yesterday peep toe shoes... ok, maybe a bit much for 35 degrees... but me and Wavey were watching the same weather channel ;o)

hugs! Kim @ Party Frosting!

Karen @ Barefoot in Portland said...

Too cute!! The power of positive thinking...maybe it will work!