Friday, May 29, 2009

Faux Could Be Fabulous

Tell me something, how can I be 8 weeks old and already have what I believe are common sense ideas on changes to some traditional baby clothes.  For instance, why do shirts not have snaps so they connect to the pants?  When I wear a regular shirt or skirt, every time I get picked up my shirt/skirt rides up.  For an admittedly modest girl, this is not ideal.  Why can't my shirt just snap to my pants?  Problem solved.  

Also, why are there buttons (that slip through a slit in the cloth) on any baby clothes??  Especially if the buttons are on the back.  Good luck to any parent (my Dad's the worst) trying to hold the baby up while undoing those buttons.  I understand that buttons look nicer than snaps but why can't I just have a faux button on top of a snap.  Problem solved.  

And don't get me started on those little diaper covering fake underwear/bloomers.  What a pain in the ass those are.  What's the point?  What's the difference between seeing that and seeing my diaper.  I'm not a cheerleader for crying out loud.  I know, I'm modest but if you're gonna put pants on me, make 'em pants, not just more underwear!  I guess it would be different if my skirt would snap to the bloomers but see above for that rant.

Give me a Kimono style onesie so it doesn't have to go over my head (I hate that) and I'm all good.  If it ain't broke, don't fix it.  Btw, did you know that "onesies" is a registered trademark of Gerber?  Congratulations, you've learned something new today.

Until later,

1 comment:

  1. Hey Avery, thanks for smiling at me today, it totally made up for you "motoring" on me today:) Night!


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