Girl’s (Kids) Pirate Theme Party Outfit by akennon on polyvore.comGirls’ hoodie tee, $43Gap Touch Of Tulle Tiered Skirt, $17Girls’ button henley in pen stripe, $23Old Navy Girls Canvas Sneakers, $10Girl’s Two Lips Knot Boot - Assorted Colors : Target, $50Gold Personalized Birthstone Necklace | Pottery Barn Kids, $35Gold Personalized Birthstone Bracelet | Pottery Barn Kids, $35

Girl’s (Kids) Pirate Theme Party Outfit by akennon on polyvore.com



Girls’ hoodie tee, $43
Gap Touch Of Tulle Tiered Skirt, $17
Girls’ button henley in pen stripe, $23
Old Navy Girls Canvas Sneakers, $10
Girl’s Two Lips Knot Boot - Assorted Colors : Target, $50
Gold Personalized Birthstone Necklace | Pottery Barn Kids, $35
Gold Personalized Birthstone Bracelet | Pottery Barn Kids, $35

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I’ve been leery as of late posting photos of my kids up on the interwebs, except for FB where I know everything *should* be locked except to friends… but I had to show this off.
Olivia was never much of a “doll” type of kid, where she HAD to carry around her favorite doll or blankie or whatever.  (Not really “girly” either, she wanted to be a trash-can last year and was Mario this year, she complains when her outfits look “too pretty” or “flowery”… much like I was as a child.)  Chloe here is SUCH a different child.  Her first favorite character is Minnie Mouse.  Anytime she sees a Minnie Doll or a picture, her eyes get wide, points for retrieval, studies it, talks to her a bit then gives sweet kisses.  If it were any other costume, she would have told us in 18 month old grumpy-bump fashion that she had no idea why she was being made to wear something so ridiculous. 
My kids are super adorable. 

I’ve been leery as of late posting photos of my kids up on the interwebs, except for FB where I know everything *should* be locked except to friends… but I had to show this off.

Olivia was never much of a “doll” type of kid, where she HAD to carry around her favorite doll or blankie or whatever.  (Not really “girly” either, she wanted to be a trash-can last year and was Mario this year, she complains when her outfits look “too pretty” or “flowery”… much like I was as a child.)  Chloe here is SUCH a different child.  Her first favorite character is Minnie Mouse.  Anytime she sees a Minnie Doll or a picture, her eyes get wide, points for retrieval, studies it, talks to her a bit then gives sweet kisses.  If it were any other costume, she would have told us in 18 month old grumpy-bump fashion that she had no idea why she was being made to wear something so ridiculous. 

My kids are super adorable.