Would you buy the explanation that a tip I got from my mom, dress your kids alike when you travel in case you lose one and you can just say "have you seen a little boy who looks just like this?" was the explanation behind this. Me neither. As cute as I think these buggers are, I honestly don't really care that much how they dress, and in fact once showed up at an outdoor party on one of the hottest day of the year, one wearing a tank top and shorts (I don't think the kid has ever been cold) the other in long sleeve shirt, jacket, pants, socks, all his choice. I kept insisting out loud that I was NOT an overprotective parent.
Not sure if it's because my mom was a bit obsessive about coordinated outfits. We'd never buy pants without a matching top, preferably the same color, and I found myself begging for just a plain shirt of a different color. Or I'm just grateful and so excited when they dress themselves? Yes, occasionally I get them to dress like this, purchased by grandma, of course.
But them check out his shoes? Not even the same size I noticed later.
Why yes, there is a stuffed pig under my helmet, and I'm off for a "run" not a bike ride. Wanna make something of it?
This is the absolute best out fit, ever. And everything but the backpack was purchased at a garage sale by the above named grandma. Note the excellent bling in the shape of a giant heart.
But isn't he just the sweetest? Wait, this actually matches (he probably peed in the above shorts).
I might be lucky as I have sons, who frankly wear soccer kits half the time, but I would hope I'd allow a daughter to be just as creative, or, more accurately, put on whatever the heck they want provided it's clean, comfy, and shows the right superhero of the week.
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