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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Fall Fashion 2008

This Fall we will see onesies with socks too big pulled up over chubby thighs (hers, not mine...). Beanies with hoodies will be all the rage in the "almost 7 months old who live in a trailer" group.

8 comments:

  1. Karrie, this post made me laugh so hard! Every morning my 7 year old and I argue about his socks. They are tube socks, well fitting, colored either navy, khaki, or white. He seems to think that when he pulls them up to his knees, the socks make him look like he is wearing boots. Nope, khaki shorts, black shoes, and white tube socks, pulled up to the knees, just make a kid look dorky!

    Luckily, Jessie can still rock the tall sock look!

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  2. I love a pictures with a religious theme. A Beautiful face adorned with the hat of many colors.

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  3. HA! This is great. I bought Levi a cute little hat and mittens at Walmart last month cause you know they will be gone when the cold weather actually hits. Jessie is a fashion diva! :)

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  4. She is so cute
    Chubby little girl

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  5. What a cutie! I love fall, it is my favorite time of year...I am just waiting for cooler temperatures during the days!

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  6. What a cutie! I love fall, it is my favorite time of year...I am just waiting for cooler temperatures during the days!

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  7. Karrie,

    Thanks for your comment. I'm glad I'm not the only one...

    I love your blog and find your life to be very interesting--plus your kids are super cute!!

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  8. I want one of those... I'm not talking about the hat either. I still get a hint of baby fever when I see a cute little face like that.

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