There is a huge question that one starts asking themselves when their baby first spits up on their favorite t-shirt: should I walk around before and after work with my M.M. Lafleur office outfits and keep wearing my high-quality Anthropologie jumpsuits on weekends, or should I divest myself from any luxury item when in my house, within my baby’s reach? It’s actually quite a hard question to answer and you can find yourself asking it again and again, providing a different answer each time. Based on the Peanuts meet the Dead shirt in contrast I will get this two factors mentioned above — that this status is here to stay and hey, I am important here — I decided that I am choosing to keep my quality clothes in place, wearing whatever feels and looks good according to me (and yes, doing some more laundry than I used to, although my husband does that).
Peanuts meet the Dead shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
What I put on my body helps me define myself every day, helps me connect to who I am and what I feel, allows me to recognize my desires for the Peanuts meet the Dead shirt in contrast I will get this day and to see my goals for the future before me. In sum, although there could be times when what I wear gains less importance, for the moment I prefer not giving up the values and significance that my dress provides me with. My baby boy hugs my lululemon tops with his cute little yogurt filled hands, steps on my Cos trousers with his chubby-dirty crawling knees, and kisses my Massimo Dutti blouses with masses of the spit drawing from his growing new teeth. And I feel awesome. This is exactly me, being a mommy.