Say yes to the dress
Cardin has been putting on a myriad of fashion shows lately. She’s stepped out in grunge, shabby chic, couture. Listen lady, I’ve no idea what those words mean, but they sounded pretty important on Wikipedia.
She is really into dress up and accessorizing with necklaces, bracelets, and high heels. And here is where I’m all “how about we pretend this tshirt is like a dress and these Birkenstocks can be fancy glass slippers”. Right now she plays along;it’s all about the imagination I suppose.
I fall short in the girly accessorizing category by about 10 miles. I have 1 necklace and a couple bracelets. Unfortunately for her, I wear them, day in and day out. There is no sparkle or glam to my medic alert bracelet. I won’t even attempt to gloss over the high heels…they don’t have a place in my closet.
The other night she was rooting around in my drawers and came back wearing a three quarter length baseball tshirt and a tankini.
All the more power to her if she can rock the tankini, I certainly will not be sporting it after the addition of my 10 inch abdominal incision.
I don’t quite have the heart to tell her that her mommy is a giant tom-boy. She’ll figure out the grand delusion in time. Until then, she has a grandma, cousins, and aunts to step in for all her fashionista needs.