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In case it doesn't last...

Well, I finally tackled the baby's drawers this morning. Having off-loaded my terry nappies onto a couple of other mums, I had a spare drawer to divide B's clothes into, and boy was that job OVERDUE... These pictures show only about 2/3s of his clothing, the other third being in the wash... I REALLY have to stop buying clothes for this child!!! I packed up a bunch of size 00s and 0s... I know I should sell them or off-load them, but... I dunno, I'm not ready yet...

From the left to the right... Singlets and socks, tees, longsleeved tees, polo shirts...

Left to right... Footwear, leggings (half of which are int he wash), light jackes and sleeveless jackets.

left to right... Sleepsuits (which he hardly ever wears), shorts, pants/jeans, hoodies...

I actually surprised myself at how little he seemed to have in the was of pinks and red and purples... He actually has a lot more then this (as pink and purple are my fave colours on him), but because they're my fave colours on him, they're all in use, or in the wash, LOLOLOL...

Now, the challenge will be to keep these drawers more or less in this state - hahahahahahahahahaha!

Comments

Rae said…
Looks great!! How long did it take you?

Funny how you can have all these different colours in tops and then when you get to the pants they all end up the same colours. That's why I want to get some pants made by Sherrin! :)

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