13 Sep Check and Romper
My son turned 1 recently and if you don’t know it yet, I wrote him an apology letter; you can read the letter here. Of course, we had a family dinner to celebrate his birthday. Other than spending time with my family, dressing up the kids is my next favorite thing during special occasions.
I chose a checked shirt paired with a yellow twill shorts for my son; each less than $15. I can’t believe how time flies; it feels like it was just yesterday when he was born; but look at him now, he’s all grown up.
While my daughter wore a romper which made her look like a big girl that she is (No!!! I still consider her my baby); I forgot how much it was since I bought it last year (but I am guessing it would be no more than $15). I usually stock up on their clothes for the next year whenever there’s a good sale.
I find it so sweet that whenever we sit my son beside my daughter, she automatically puts her hand over his shoulders, then later on would hug and kiss him. It makes my heart melt every single time.
Sneakers: Nike | similar
Romper: Carter’s | similar