The first time I tried putting her in it, she wasn’t very happy about it. More than simply unhappy, she acted like she was downright afraid of the shirt. It was kind of strange.
She’s since more than warmed up to it. She absolutely loves it and requests to wear it often.
She calls it her “Daddy Shirt.” I think you'll see why.
It might help to know that most of Andrew’s other shirts are also button-up, collared, and some variation of plaid.
And here’s a picture of me fresh out of the shower before I’d even brushed my hair in case you were wondering what I looked like yesterday. Thanks, Andrew, for taking that picture.
And yet you still look beautiful, Nancy. :) The "Daddy shirt" is very cute. I can see why Rachel likes it.ReplyDelete
:D He's so good to you. MOMster is right, you are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Also that picture top row middle shot of Rachel just might be the cutest thing I've seen all day. Seriously.
I'm bored of everything but commenting on your blog today - can you tell seeing that I've checked it and commented like 10,000 times?
I LOVE Rachel in pig tails. She looks so cute! I think you may have just inspired me to put Amy in pig tails tomorrow. Isn't doing little girl hair fun?ReplyDelete
Amy, I totally agree. Those top right pictures of Rachel are absolutely adorable. I can't decide which one I like better, though...ReplyDelete
And I'm glad that you're not bored of my blog. It needed some good commenting!
Yes, it is a cute shirt. Believe it or not, even though I have three girls, Eliza was the only one to wear that outfit. Just the wrong season for the other ones!ReplyDelete