She likes ALL PLAIN clothes, the daggier the better. Paint stains - no worries! Some days she’s head to toe in plain purple!
Plain with a pocket the same colour is apparently NOT plain!
New plain t-shirt? “Oh no I don't like new clothes.” (Mum must wash all the new clothes – um was I supposed to be doing this already?)
We used to be able to get away with “dresses are for parties”, but no more! So her dad tried reverse psychology “This dress is a size 3, so you’re not allowed to wear it until you’re 3”. She wore a dress on her 3rd birthday for about half an hour.
Chooses it at the shops herself - great! Won't wear it.
Wears in once! OMG it's a miracle - she's getting better! Will never wear it again.
Me: Will you wear something new today if I get out a NEW tub of playdough for you to play with?
Her: Yes. (works sometimes)
"Maybe I'll wear this one with ice creams on it because I want an ice cream today"
“I'll wear all my fishy clothes when I go to the beach with Nanna.” (This includes PJs, leggings, shorts, t-shirts)
“If I wear this t-shirt with flowers it will help me learn to say the word ‘fowler’” – (you can't make this stuff up!!)
“I want those orange socks, not THOSE orange socks.” Devastated when her favourite orange socks are in the wash.
She had a ‘Ben & Holly’ themed birthday party and we got her a holly t-shirt with the compromise that she got to choose what she wore on the bottom half. She came out in leggings on a 39 degree day!
Her: I want to wear spots like you mum. Where are my pants with spots?
Me: They were too small so we gave them to the op shop.
But here she is, our gorgeous girl. She actually likes tutus some days, but only with – you guessed it, a plain t-shirt.
|(photo credit – memorybankphotography.com)|
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