Madonna eat your heart out – the girls got style

This child is a fashionista!   Her name happens to be Chanel and lets just say that she has some style.   From an early age – 2, Chanel has wanted to dress herself .   Often dismissing the perfect and practical outfit that I set out for her, for a much fancier dress or skirt and shirt combination.  If it was cold she would add a pair of leg ins to the mix and walk out the door with a bracelet, necklace, sandals, a shoulder bag and sunglasses.  Many times the tiara would be placed elegantly upon her head.

This child is all about looking good.   She is now 6 and a very fashionable 6 year old at that.

Recently at the school musical, Chanel’s role was to dress as a fish.   We looked high and low for the perfect fish costume.  I was thinking along the lines of a fish like Nemo or Dory, Chanel was thinking beautiful shirt, tiara, sequined mask and a sparkling toe-lace.    I was looking for the ‘fish’ in the costume!    I couldn’t find the ‘fish’ in her costume.  I had this feeling that Chanel was going to look odd among the other fish in her class on stage, but I made the decision that if it wasn’t concerning her – it wasn’t going to concern me.   Its a great theory – and takes some pressure off me.   There are much bigger fish to fry in life’s journey (pardon the pun) and I just didn’t want to argue this outfit issue with her.  If she and her teacher were happy with this ‘fish’ look – then I was fine with it.   She has worn the shirt a number of times and loves it…I find myself smiling when I see her in it as it looks like a shirt and nothing at all fishy about it.

Isn't it funny, some of the conversations that come up when chatting with your kids?
Let's meet Chanel. Over the last week or two,  I have been talking on facebook about
Last week our Tooth Fairy ran out of money.   All she had in her
The sun....the same sun that usually lights up the Sunshine Coast, is missing in action.
Tonight for some reason I have about 10 things on my mind and I am