Red

If you’ve read my blog recently you will know that Little Z has developed a keen eye for fashion. To the extent that he now picks what he wants to wear.

We are now having daily wars trying to get him into appropriate attire (mostly warm!), but if it doesn’t suit his mood then all hell breaks loose and on some days I admit I’ve given up and let him wander about the house in just his vest.

If it were up to him he would wear one particular red hoodie day after day. It’s the only piece of clothing that he runs towards.

This is a phase, right?

(And that piano…arrrrrrgh!!)

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36 thoughts on “Red”

  1. Bless him! At least he’s wearing clothes! I can’t bear toy musical instruments! I have a red hoodie I bought over 12 years ago when I was first pregnant. I still wear it every day – it’s become my dressing gown. I once wrote a whole blogpost on it!

  2. ha ha, my three year old is just like this! oops maybe I shouldn’t have said that given that it started at least when she was two! Even today when its crazy clothes day for nursery and she got to wear her favourite pink net skirt we argued over her hair! :/ x

  3. I can’t believe how early they know their own minds and what they want to wear… however, the comment in your post I most relate to is the ‘piano… aaaaargh’! Ours ran out of battery and I’ve never been so happy, but I finally gave in this week and changed them. Regretting it already!

  4. Perhaps the batteries can run out quite quickly in the piano? 😉
    I remember the naked phase when they constantly wanted to strip off but luckily they have always dressed quite well.
    The hoodie looks cosy, I would want to live in it too 🙂

  5. Z sounds like Miss C. She knows what she likes to wear and God help you if you try to dress them in something else LOL Looks a lovely hoodie though. Nice and cosy!

  6. Better than him wanting to wear a Batman cape and mask everywhere he goes but I know the frustration of battles over clothes. My little mini is so feisty when it comes to getting dresses. I hope you’ve removed any batteries from that toy piano 🙂

  7. I think that I would find that piano more of a stress than the jumper lol! Isn’t it funny how they get these little ‘favourites’ from search an early age?!

  8. phase…hmmm I’m not so sure. Once they get into clothes there’s no going back, some boys can be every bit as fussy as girls when it comes to fashion, they don’t usually start so young though! 🙂

  9. A cute picture, I will never forget when Isabelle started choosing her own clothes…. it was so easy before, now soon turning 6, and so many times we like different things, not easy to accept she is growing up and makes her own decisions ;(

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