Hello, dear friends!
I have a fast fix for you. And it’s a cute, frugal one! Score!
My three oldest children are sons. What a wonderful, energetic JOY they are to have around – those of you with sons know what I am talking about.
But I learned something when I had my girlie. Baby girl clothes are so. much. fun. There’s so much pink everywhere. I normally am not crazy about pink, but my lovely daughter has me rethinking my ways.
Anywho, here’s a fast fix: Take your daughter’s precious infant dresses and repurpose them into toddler shirts. Add some shorts or pants, and you’re set! How cool is this? No sewing required. Plus, it’s frugal: as in, FREE.
Sundresses work best. This “shirt” is truly a 0/3 month infant dress. It was so cute that I kept it when she outgrew it, and I’m glad I did. I’d love for you to be able to get a good look at the front, but it looks like that’s not going to happen. . .
As an aside, do you realize just how difficult it is to get an eleven-month-old to model for you?
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