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Answer by Moms_Angels1960 at 8:02 AM on Jan. 8, 2011
There are times, after I pick my son up from preschool, that he is covered in grass stains, paint from art class, and a few bumps from classmates. While I am dressed in my work clothes. I still take my guy out for dinner or run to Target for an errand. I am sure are mismatched appearance is striking. There are some weekends my son has play-dates or attends birthday parties. I want to look nice but I know my son will be covered in birthday cake icing, will have been running around, and will not stay neat and clean. I dress him in sweats and I might be wearing designer jeans, a nice sweater and Coach shoes. Mismatch? Perhaps from an outsiders point of view. But I wasn't the one smearing a cupcake on my face or sliding down a slide from a bounce house. My motto is he hasn't had a good day unless he has a few scratches, bumps, and dirt. I know he played to his fullest extent if he wears his play.
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