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Getting Dressed All By Myself

As you can see, Madison got herself dressed this morning. Now, I had picked her out some matching clothes and put them on her bed. Why she didn’t put them on, I’ll never know. However, she must have her daddy’s fashion sense if she thinks yellow and purple match. LOL

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  1. The "dressing myself" stage has to be my favorite so far. Always interesting, and good for a chuckle. And going out in public is a whole new adventure, too. Good times. I finally made stickers for my little one that said, "I dressed myself today!" both so that she was proud of herself, and so that strangers wouldn't think I was abusing my kid by putting her in such a horrific ensemble. So far, so good.

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Lisa Martin

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