Wednesday, October 28, 2015


Our weather finally flipped over from a hot fall and we've finally got some morning lows in the 50s.  I pulled out Baby T's turtlenecks from the closet and put them into the playpen where we've been keeping her clothes.  (Not an elegant solution, but the playpen keeps them in one place and she's able to reach all of them.  This is really important, as Baby T's morning clothes selection process involves a lot of trial and error, and I would go bananas if I were taking half a dozen shirts off hangers for her and then needing to put them back on.  We'll eventually get Baby T a wardrobe with hangers at a level that she can reach and manage, but that can wait a bit.)  Her initial try at an outfit this morning was (if I'm remembering correctly), two striped turtlenecks on top of each other, a sleeveless lavender tutu dress on top and some zebra print knit pants.

In a week or two more, I'll give Baby T her corduroy pants.  The turtlenecks and the corduroys are the fun part.  The not-so-fun part is the fact that Baby T is going to need to wear SOCKS soon and putting on socks is a pain.  

Baby T has also gone big into leopard print.  At last count we have:  a pair of leopard ears, leopard stretch pants, a leopard print knit dress and a snuggly faux leopard fur jacket.

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