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Are Your Pants "Slobbery?"



Sarah Kate had a clothing meltdown this morning.  So, she used to only wear dresses.  About a year ago she started loving leggings. The tighter the leggings, the better!!!  She only wants them skin tight.  Today she put on these leggings and started crying saying they were "slobbery."  She pulled them off.  I convinced her to wear them.  She recovered and then it all started over again when she saw Emily's pants were not "slobbery."  She told me not to EVER buy her slobbery pants.
So, no jeans, no clothes with words and now no "slobbery" pants.

Comments

Tara G. said…
How did you keep from laughing?! She looks cute!!!
just ask beth said…
I agree..they are "slobbery", my daughter would have reacted the same way..she's tiny and needs tighter tights!! LOL!
Angie said…
This cracked me up when I saw it on your fb this morning. Slobbery!
Kellie said…
Cute! Btw, I had a 30% pumpkin chemical peel yesterday. SO worth it! I will definitely do it again, but next time I will probably do one a little stronger. My teenager kept saying holy cow you look younger when she got in the car....two thumbs up from me!
My 5 yr old would have said the same thing, if it makes you feel any better ;) Target and Hanna Anderssen have great leggings, snug enough to get their boots on easily!
Unknown said…
There is always, naked. Take consolation in the fact that someday she will have a daughter just like herself.
Natasha said…
I wear slobbery pants all the time!
Unknown said…
lol old navy has nice leggings that are tight. I don't like loose leggings either :)

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