- Collared shirts just don't seem like play clothes. He may as well wear a suit and tie out to play. My idea of a play shirt is a ringer tee, which Finn has plenty of. However, he always gravitates toward his 3 old collared shirts instead.
- The collars are so big, Finn drowns under them.
- He pairs them with clashing shorts, colored socks and brown loafers.
I decided to take matters into my own hands. I took 2 of the worst offenders, and hid them in a bag on the washing machine, headed for the trash. Then I started to feel a bit guilty. What if he asked for them? And how would I feel if someone threw away my favorite over-sized black fleece maternity shirt? My sister gave it to me years ago when I was pregnant with Finn and is going to be mortified when she reads that I still wear it, especially since I'm not pregnant. However, it's the first thing I grab when I'm cold and nothing else will do. I should retire it, because it looks so unflattering and frumpy on me. I usually can't wear fleece at all because it makes my fingers want to gag, but this fleece does not bother me at all. It's magic fleece.Speaking of fleece, John has a pair of ugly black fleece pants he wears once in a while, only when it's really cold. I should throw out those pants too.
And since I'm telling you all the funny-looking things we wear, check out Calvin's "ketchup and mun-stard" pj's: