Now, what am I going to do about it? I have tried all kinds of different ways to get myself to STOP buying more kids clothes. Some have worked for awhile but then my self control explodes into a big buying binge. Others don't work at all. So far, the thing that has worked the best for me is this blogging thing! So that means you all will probably have to read a lot more out of me in the coming months. Also, sewing is helping me. I always knew I needed to get a hobby, but nothing held my attention enough to divert me from my shopping. Sewing is the best of both worlds.... I can make some cute kids clothes (usually) at a fraction of the cost, plus I get the satisfaction that I made it myself AND with the added bonus of keeping me busy enough to steer me away from online shopping!
Sooooo.... with that in mind, I have decided to go on a self-imposed buying ban. I am going to aim to not buy any more (new or used) kids clothes from now until March 1. The only exception being that I can purchase patterns and fabrics with which to make kids clothes. Sound fair enough? I hope I can do it! I will check in daily here with my progress. And I promise to be 100% honest.
I have blathered on long enough for one day, so tomorrow I think I will post some projects that I am thinking about embarking on in the new year!
And to wrap it up, here are my photos for the day. It was a cold and dreary day which we spent mostly inside and the lighting was terrible today.
Here is my little Evie trying soooo hard to be a good girl and not jump and run all over the table. She is drawing a picture:
Then I noticed that she was getting a bit of a devillish look on her face, thinking "hmmmmm":
"Oops, I accidentally got on the table. But look, I have beautiful blue eyes...."
"I just couldn't resist the mischief. I am just going to full-out sit up on the table and be naughty"
And this is Mylie with her new doll, "Jenny". She got her from Aunty Lisa for a birthday gift and she hasn't put her down all day.