07 January 2009

Matching shirts

Really, when you think about it, what's the point of having two kids if you can't put them in coordinating attire?

matching shirts 1
matching shirts 2

Okay, they're not always matching, but I actually make conscious daily effort so that they don't clash in case I take photos of them together. Is that wrong?


Mama Sheila said...

I just showed my Aunt your blog. She's down from Ventura for a visit while my hubby is MIA for the next 2 weeks. She is, in her own words "spellbound." And says, regarding your boys, "oh God, they're gorgeous!" And "what a talented mother they have." She's an ex-nun (long story) so you know she speaks the truth ;).

LH said...

...and then did your Aunt follow up that insanely wonderful compliment with, "Gee, my darling niece, if only YOU had an online space just like that to post photos of your kids and keep all of us updated!" ;)

Brett said...

Dressing alike/complimentarily is awesome. I am already planning ahead for how to do so with mixed genders. Your boys are so handsome and always look like they're having a good time. So curious and lively.

LH said...

You may have to fashion your own fashion--well, not construct the clothes entirely, but just embellish them a bit. I would start with similar neutral colors in pants/skirt and shirts and then use a fun fabric for an applique on the boys' shirt and ruffles for the bottom of capris or a skirt for L--maybe with a headband or something like that.

Ivan Chan Studio said...

I don't think it's wrong--just organized.

Very, very organized. :)