Up, up, and up. It's the only direction this little girl wants to travel. And speaking of up, she's going up in size. Though many of her 9-month clothes still fit (and even some 3-6 month skirts), I've broken out some of her 12-18 and even 18-24 month clothing.
No, I'm not crazy. When I saw this post on YHL, I discovered that Sherry and I share the same clothing philosophy. Ignore sizes. Use larger tunics as dresses. Use too-small dresses as tunics. Layer with snug-fitting jeggings and leggings.
We're maximizing our clothing dollars for sure. Trying to find other ways to save, too.
And just in time. Yesterday we learned we need to buy a new furnace. Like within the next month. Add this to a long list of other big hits we've taken this year -- including replacing the engine in Stephen's car -- and we're on an even tighter budget than we originally imagined.
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