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Never Say Never

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So….when I was a DINK (double income no kids), I swore I would NEVER
buy clothes for MY kids that had Disney characters or cartoons or
anything like that on them! And I’d most certainly never shop Wal-
Mart for kids clothes when there are so many BETTER options like
GapKids, Gymboree, Macy’s…..you get my drift…..NEVER SAY NEVER!

Ella girl will be 3 on November 28th…..and I’m being reminded
several times a day by the party girl! Ella LOVES Ariel and all
things Disney princess and I know nothing would make her heart soar
more than if she were to open up long-sleeved Ariel pjs or a new t-
shirt for her bday. Our current Ariel nightgown is literally hanging
by a few threads, but no matter the time of day, she peels off her
clothes and puts it on the minute it pops out of the dryer. So today,
I found myself holding my breath while I quickly, yet carefully,
looked through every rack of pajamas and t-shirts at Wal-Mart to try
to find either an Ariel t-shirt or nightgown or pj’s for my precious
little three year old. I think I even started praying aloud…..”God
please have her size, please Lord! She NEEDS these!” Well, today
wasn’t my day- I found Ariel pj’s in size 18 months and a t-shirt in
5T, but nothing in 3T…..grandmothers, be on alert!!!

My how things change. I’m thankful for Wal-Mart and cheap cartoon
clothes….because there’s nothing my preschooler likes better and
that just makes momma smile!

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4 Responses to “Never Say Never”

  1. Mimi Skaggs November 7, 2008 at 7:18 pm #

    You’re in luck!!! I have found just what you were looking for!:)

  2. Amanda November 7, 2008 at 11:13 pm #

    HAHA! That is hilarious…and so true! I told my mom that awhile back when Cade wanted to wear Elmo and Cookie Monster shirts EVERYDAY…now its Spiderman and Bob the Builder…but hey, they either get it super dirty or ruin it, so i guess its better we don’t spend a fortune on their clothes, right??

  3. Jennafer Chaddrick November 10, 2008 at 4:04 pm #

    I have never heard the term DINK–and it’s perfect! My niece is an Ariel freak, too. Since about age 3. She’s 7 now, and has branched out to include most of the other Disney princesses, as well as American Girl dolls (NOT found at Walmart and NOT in your budget, by the way. A definite grandparent purchase when the time comes. I bought some AG stuff for Katie back when I was a DINK, but no more!)

  4. Chris Kiser November 11, 2008 at 9:45 am #

    Becky and I searched through Target yesterday for Ariel types things for Ella (shhh don’t tell her… I’m hoping she’s not able to read yet but nothing would surprise me). I of course found an Ariel towel that you can wrap up in after a bath, complete with a hood.
    BUT my wife shot it down because it wasn’t “cute” enough. I’m trying to understand the cuteness factor but am struggling immensely due to the extreme functionality of this Ariel towel/blanket/hoodie. Nevertheless, we are continuing on our search. We may just have to sneak into a Disney store for you 🙂

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