Wednesday, 15 March 2017

What the Kids Wore

I was away visiting my parents at the weekend so I didn't get any shots of the older kids I'm afraid. BUT, just being with Freyja reminded me of how it used to be with just one child. Except that now I have had a few years experience and know what I'm doing (most of the time!)


Lily dresses herself and choose what she wants to wear. For our walk at Queen Elizabeth Country Park she donned her new Matalan floral boots, H&M skinny denim jeans and bright top and cardi combo, both from Tu at Sainsburys.


I didn't actually get any close ups of Alexander in between coaxing him to walk a bit further to find another good stick...
He wore his staple yellow coat from M&S which I think makes him look like an Arctic explorer/fisherman, grey joggers and of course, his George Pig wellies.


Freyja was given the below green, brightly pattenered all in one sleepsuit and I just had to see what else I could find in Boots. Mini Club has a brilliant designer and I can always rely on Boots Mini Club to have some really colourful clothes, and for a good price too. I only bought her some sleepsuits last week, size 3-6 months and she will be out of them within weeks!

I will hopefully have a good selection of photos for next week. The weather has been brilliant (today at least!). Thanks for stopping by!

This Mama Life



  1. A super cute bunch of outfits! Loving the gorgeous coats - especially the Yellow one. It's fab! And we are HUGE fans of Boots Mini Club sleep suits in our house. Such fun, colourful and unique prints. My favourite of L's is one with lots of London soldiers on it. I am absolutely loving your one with the Green floral print. Thanks so much for linking up with us on #WMKWW and hope you have a wonderful rest of the week :) x

  2. Love all the outfits here especially the gorgeous baby grows! I love the patterns! #whatmykidsworewednesday xx


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