Eternal Heirlooms-Oscar’s Baby Book

Somedays I wonder what I could accomplish with 8 hours of focus, today I would have settled for 8 minutes.  But what I accomplished in my pre-baby career is currently rotting in rusty filing cabinets and hard drive dumpsters.
Although my daily lists are regularly bare of achievement-crowning checks, I am raising eternal heirlooms.  And to remind me and my children of this, I have written each of them their own book with the help of Beth Allen’s illustrations.  This is Oscar’s.  And we got it out just in time to share it with Grandma Sue, who’s leaving for a humanitarian mission in New Zealand.  She never had 8 minutes of focus when she was raising me either.
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Back to School for Girls in 15 Items

I believe in early fashion literacy.  And the best way to teach these youngsters to avoid one-to-one outfit parings (ie one shirt shall always be paired with one pair of pants and nothing else) is the liberal application of wardrobe clusters: layering science, signature style compositions, color equations.  YOur sweet school will have mastered creative clothing strategy before her sneaker ever steps foot in the classroom.  
Below a shopping list and theoretical application:

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That’s more than two weeks of outfits, no repeats, with change left over for lunch money and fruity scented erasers.

What’s in your daughter’s back to school cluster?  Tell me in the comments.
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