To see pant project #1, click here.
I’m not really sure why we have so many Jammy tops, and not enough bottoms, but I’m determined to resolve this problem.
Even though I can’t help but think the little panty bum with a T-shirt is too cute, my husband tells me it’s probably not a habit we want our girls to get into. He has a point. 16 year old panty bum may be a little awkward down the road.
Fortunately, they still like to show off their bums, even in cute P.J. pants. I told them to turn around so I could see their bottoms and that is what I got.
These pants complete #2 and #3 of my pant project – 30 pants in 30 days. If you missed what I’m set out to do, or want to see pant #1, click here.
And if your a regular reader of mine, you may have noticed I seem to be matching my girls a lot with their clothing. I really don’t intentionally plan that. I’ve just developed quite the stash of fabric and it’s a great way to use it up.
Oh, and the shirts match the pants because of this post here. I know, it’s totally matchy overboard.