The delightful Rosie from A Blog for my Mom is very kindly hosting a What We Wore Sunday linkup, and I thought it would be fun to join in and post a few pics from what we wore today. (Just FYI, Scott dresses all of the girls but Rhea for church every Sunday. He does a good job!)
Ruth: Smocked dress was a gift, tights are from Carters, and the shoes were a gift.
Rose: Hair bow is from Free Babes Handmade, dress is Gap, tights are Carters, shoes were a gift.
Wren: Sweater is from Carters, dress is Gap, tights are Carters, shoes are from Nordstrom.
Rhea: Bonnet is Petite Soul, dress is from Gap, knee highs are Hubble and Duke, moccs are Freshly Picked.
No one cares what us old fogies are wearing.
Now, you see Wren . . . . . . .
Now you don’t!
The sweet little rosaries that the girls are playing with my mom and dad purchased while on their mini retreat to the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament of Our Lady of the Angels. Try to say that three times fast.
The girls were ahem very sanctifying at Mass today. Rose announced that she had to go pee as soon as we reached the elevator, so I was forced to toss the baby at Scott as he loaded all of the girls onto the elevator so that I could take Rosie to the restroom. When we finally made it back into the elevator and as the elevator doors opened to reveal the balcony, I could tell some sort of kerfuffle was going on. I instantly recognized the voices of my darling children. Just as I rounded the corner to their pew, Rhea made a nose dive into the pew in front of her, and Ruth was wailing. Not to be outdone by her sisters, Wren was making quite a bit of noise herself. I had to spend some time nursing Rhea in the stairwell and then trading a full and happy Rhea for a wailing Ruth to also calm down in the aforementioned stairwell. It was an off day for us. Luckily, all of our fellow balcony residents were incredibly kind and patient with us, as usual.
Feel free to click on the picture or links above to see what some other mamas and their babes wore to church today. I’m about to head over myself because as you can see, I am in desperate need of some Sunday nursing outfit inspiration. I would love to be able to nurse the baby in Mass easily, but also have it be not be unflattering. Anybody have any suggestions?