You're well aware of the
phenomenon of the unmatched socks
, but upon searching for matches
to various flip-flops and sandals in your three year old's closet,
you've come to realize that this is also applicable to shoes.
You liken white pants on toddlers to unicorns. They're pretty but you
don't believe in them.
You've learned to dress your kids in dark clothes when they want to play
outside after the rain. The stains from Georgia red clay do not come
out, but if they're wearing dark blue pants it doesn't even matter.
After three kids, you learn how not to be so Type-A. When your three
year old volunteers to help you fold towels, you totally take her up on
that (even if they aren't exactly
perfect the way you like