One of the problems with being a laid back mom is that sometimes your two year old slips through the cracks (figuratively, not literally. It was the 5 year old who...oh never mind). Anyway, sometimes the 2 year old may end up wearing his "Naps Are the Enemy" t-shirt for 2 days and 2 nights straight.
Why didn't I change it?
-everytime I try to change his clothes he shrieks "no" and pushes them away. We are potty training and so I am being rather bossy about that, so I am trying to pick my battles.
-he has just been running around the back yard for the last couple days and honestly, I am just kind of glad that he has anything on.
-when we have gone places it has been with different people so no one knows he is wearing the same clothes. And if we did see the same people, how would they know that I don't own 2 size 2 shirts that are identical. Hmm...the food stains may give it away. But really, I pay very little attention to what any other kid is wearing, so why should anyone notice my kid's attire?
Is that enough justification?
I am sure my mom and mother in law are cringing that I just shared that. Everytime I pick my kids up from their houses they have been given baths, haircuts or have had their fingernails clipped.
But maybe that is what Grandmas are for.