Anna's 1st wardrobe change for the day, and a little furniture re-arranging by Margo - a girl after my own heart. Who doesn't love moving their furniture around?
And by the way, my kids are a mixed bag. I'm English, Italian, and Irish. My husband is Polish, Irish, German, and Croatian. All four of my girls have dark bags under their eyes. It's more noticeable in the winter than summer, if their allergies are bothering them, if they're tired obviously, but they always have it to a point. I can't tell you how many times a perfect stranger has said to me "aww, she looks sick". That's like me saying "aww, you look tired", "aww, you look stressed out", "aww, you look old". These statements are reserved for your inner circle; the people who really know your children. The people who can genuinely tell when they're feeling sick, or tired.
Obviously I'm biased, but I kind of like this trait on them. I feel like it makes them look more Eastern European, which may sound stupid, but that's what I think of. If you marry someone with a different background from you, it's fun seeing those affects in your children. Anyway, I brought one of the twins in for a check up the other day and the nurse looked at Margo and said "aww, she looks sick". I just smiled. I'm going to start responding with, "she's not sick, she's Polish...and maybe a little tired from being awesome all day".
Anna's boots are from Lands' End, and are 40% off right now.