Friday, February 20, 2009

Sweats...sloppy and oh so perfect!

You know you need to wear the sweats less when your 3-year-old thinks it is a special occasion when you wear something different.

I changed out of my sweats at about 2 p.m. the other day, and Sassy Bee was ecstatic. "Are we having a party? Are we having a pizza party? Is somebody coming over? Are we going shopping?" And when I told her that we were going to stay at home and eat lunch she seemed so confused. She looked at me as if to say, "Why did you comb your hair and put on clothes for lunch? It is just me...."

So...a new goal....wear the sweats less! :D My descendants are going to be so proud of me!!! What a worthy goal to record!

6 comments:

2busy said...

You should bling it up everyday. Remember you're hot!

William said...

I was immediately reminded of this:
http://img133.imageshack.us/img133/6715/79524918kn.jpg

No worries! A little stink adds character! Or... are you one of those people who actually has more than one pair of sweat pants?! XD J/K!

stoner said...

That image is hilarious! I have been shamed into changing at least by 10!

Amberly said...

I think sweats are the best. My girls tell me they want to stay home so they can wear them. Who doesn't love a good pair of stretchy pants?

PS I changed my blog address to tylerandamberly.blogspot.com

Perfectly Imperfect said...

William - nothing says "dolled up" like a hot trash girl at Wallie's world! That was great.

As for you miss Stoner - I came down the stairs one day with makeup on and Ella said - "Oh! Today is church day?" So go ahead and think you are alone - we are all in our "Sunday best" unless it's actually Sunday. Another good reason to go to church - so you can get dolled up once a week - even if you don't have to go to Wal Mart. Word.

Sarah Nanine said...

This is great. Logan and Mason used to think we only cleaned the house up when home teachers were coming over. One day I told them to get cleaning and they went and asked Jef if the home teachers were coming. Kids say the darndest things.