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Old 10-11-2012, 06:07 AM   #11
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Ella has been doing the same thing for the last few days. Ugh. She says her woolies are "too fuzzy" and has been wearing jeans instead

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Ella has been doing the same thing for the last few days. Ugh. She says her woolies are "too fuzzy" and has been wearing jeans instead
"Too fuzzy"..."It hurts"...these girls have no idea how lucky they are to be in soft, high quality, beautifully hand knit clothing! Heck, I'd love a pair of custom girly crankypants in my size but Amy has made it clear, she only does up to a 13" inseam...I won't even mention what my waits/hips/rise would be, but I assure you, a 13" inseam would not suffice LOL!!!!

So today, I waited until she was fully engrossed in an episode of Caillou when I asked her to step into her pants and without taking her eyes off the screen, she stepped right into a pair of kirsche sbish longies Yay for wool! Now let's see if I can get her into another pair tomorrow!
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man that's so sad! I hope Gabe never does that lol!
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Oh my goodness! I hope Emmeline never does that! We switched to wool due to her sensitive skin. Even fleece gave her a rash when it got above 90* outside this summer! If she refuses her wool then we'll just be forced to PL I guess because she can't do PUL or sposies either
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Betsy does this too. :'(
She does MJ ruffle pants and things....
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"Too fuzzy"..."It hurts"...these girls have no idea how lucky they are to be in soft, high quality, beautifully hand knit clothing! Heck, I'd love a pair of custom girly crankypants in my size but Amy has made it clear, she only does up to a 13" inseam...I won't even mention what my waits/hips/rise would be, but I assure you, a 13" inseam would not suffice LOL!!!!

So today, I waited until she was fully engrossed in an episode of Caillou when I asked her to step into her pants and without taking her eyes off the screen, she stepped right into a pair of kirsche sbish longies Yay for wool! Now let's see if I can get her into another pair tomorrow!
I knew Caillou had to be good for something.

I'm terrified of this too. My older daughter has sensory issues. She won't wear jeans without an elastic waist. I thought that if I started this one young she's be used to it.
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