This is what my daughter wore 17 years ago -
and this -
and other cute little dresses.
These days it is not so much cute little dresses, as jeans, jeans, jeans, and did I mention jeans? I have to admit, that although I love my teens, a part of me misses them when they were little, and that is partially because I miss the cute outfits they wore. We have saved a few special outfits from each of the children but never did much with them.
A few years ago I started noticing that bedrooms or dressing rooms are often shown with a pretty outfit hung out on display.
Source: Canadian House and HomeSee what I mean? How cute is that dressing room with the gorgeous coat hung out just waiting to be worn.
Source: Canadian House and Home
See there's another one - a glamorous dressing room with the dress hanging out on display.
That got me to thinking, while I don't have a dressing room, or even a spot to hang something in my bedroom, we did have a bare spot at the end of the upstairs hall, just crying out for cute-ification. What better way than with Kate's baby dresses? We change them a few times a year and I love seeing them when I walk down the hall.
Kate's sundress, worn when she was two, and bought by my husband at the Laura Ashley in London.
The first dress Kate wore, when she was 6 weeks old, to her older brother's Nursery School graduation.
What about you, what have you done with your children's baby clothes?
Linked to Friday Inspiration at The Inspired Room.