Woodland animal prints are definitely my thing at the moment – I love how festive they feel, without being too overtly ‘Christmas’! We were sent this gorgeous little Lilly and Sid outfit to review on my blog, Pondering Parenthood, but online children’s clothing boutique Lettie and Nix, and we love it so much, we thought Continue Reading
This Autumn weather can be so unpredictable and we seem to have worn summer dresses one day only to be digging out a woolly hat the next. I have trying to dress the children in layers rather than reaching for their winter coats and I had been looking for a lighter coat for Cora as she feels the cold more than the rest of us. I found this pretty mustard coat in Zara and it was exactly what we needed.
I love bright clothes for my children; bright coloured clothing just seems to match the innocence, joy and excitement children have of living life. As adults, most of us dress in dull neutral colours which make us appear to be dressed “like adults”. Picking our clothes as adults is generally about feeling excepted in society, whereas pure minds should be guided to find themselves, not to “fit in”.
I absolutely have a thing for foxes and love the fact that they seem to be everywhere again this Autumn, but it was actually M herself who chose this jumper – she pointed to it and squealed as we were browsing in H&M kids, then refused to let go of it until we reached the till to pay… At seventeen months, she definitely already knows what she likes!