Two weeks and a bit to get my second Christmas post written, that must be a record of irrelevancy for me! Better late than never though, no?* The pajamas you have seen, but what about their Christmas day outfits?
I finally got a chance to use the tigers for my kith and kin. In related news, I'm desperate to use this green version for something for me. But what? The correct answer is All The Things, but I will also accept more specific answers.
And the girl got a Hansel and Gretel skater dress. 'Wait, a skater dress? I've never seen one of those on her before!' said no one ever. I think the current count is a dozen. No judging, once I release the pattern you will make a dozen too.
In conclusion, they both got green clothes ergo they are 'Christmas clothes'. In my defence I did attempt to sew my very own green dress on Christmas Eve but it was a massive fail- more on that at a later date. So I wore a red dress and gave a cursory tick of the Christmas box too.
One reason why I have fallen deeply in love with Instagram is the chance to have a peak at the 'real' lives behind the online personalities I know. Not that what we put forth an 'unreal' portrayal on our blogs, but the temptation (for me anyway) is to show the very best pictures / most flattering angles / two square feet of the house without detritus on the official Kitschy Coo web presence. Instagram obviously has this element too, but it seems there is more humorous side dish of #keepingitreal there, which I love. So in that spirit, here's a behind the scenes of what 98% of my photo shoots consist of...
*Strictly rhetorical question.