Shopping

Toddler boy clothesYou all know that shopping for almost-17-month-oldJanie and Jack grandson Capt. Adorable is one of my most favorite things to do — and this outfit is one of the reasons why. I love little-boy clothes! I think it’s because little-boy clothes look almost exactly like real big-boy clothes — with the cuteness factor upped by about 100. For instance, how cute is this pirate-themed shorts and T-shirt? I spied it at Janie and Jack children’s boutique at the Summit in Birmingham, Alabama, this past weekend and I had to have it. Didn’t even stop to think. It’s from the Treasure Explorer collection that has all sorts of appliqued and embroidered pirate details such as parrots, maps and treasure chests. I don’t know why this appealed to me so much — calling Jack Sparrow! — but I do know that Capt. Adorable will look … well, adorable in it.  And now that I’ve check the Janie and Jack Web site, http://www.janieandjack.com, I notice that all the pirate things are on sale. Dear husband, look away.

10 thoughts on “Shopping

  1. One of my favorite things in the world is shopping for childrens clothing. I can’t wait to have grandchildren – although I think it’s going to be a while.

  2. Danielle — Your future son-in-law is wearing 18-24 months and 2T right now, and I’m buying 2T for the fall. What about Charlie?

    And thanks, all, for encouraging me in my clothes-shopping for Capt. Adorable. And I’m sure my husband John Pitts will come around. Someday.

  3. Ahh. She’s in 18mo and some pants require a little rolling up for those short chubby legs. 🙂 I’ve been buying 24mo for the winter! Son-in-law is definitely following his daddy’s footsteps!!!

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