Here’s what morning sounds like in our house: “Please, just wear pants, Edie! Hunter will be wearing pants! Jacob will be wearing pants! Jenny will be wearing pants! See, pants are neat!” There’s nothing like introducing your own child to the spells of peer pressure from a young age. I fondly remember when Edie was a baby and would let me dress her in whatever I wanted. Then she became a toddler.
In this edition of “Out of the Closet”, I’m taking an outfit that I would love for little Edie and creating a room around it. I might not have control anymore over what she will wear, but I’ll be damned if I can’t pick out her room decor…for the rest of her life.
*question: where does the apostrophe go? after the comma or before the comma? I know it goes after when writing dialogue, but in this case??? I’ll google it. Then we can all sleep well tonight.
Ok…inspiration outfit is on the right…
Aaaaaannnndddd….Here’s the room! Ta da! Voila! Holla!
At first, I was all ‘eh’ about the yellow pop of color. But, let’s be honest…wouldn’t the room be a wee bit/a lot bit boring without color? And this is for a kid…and kids like stuff…and the stuff they like is bright plastic crap…and it is what it is. Besides, that print is not plastic, nor is it crap…it’s adorable.
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Oh! ps…the apostrophe use at the beginning of this post is correct. I found a grammar source online that agreed with me, so we’ll go with that.
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