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Wearing Their Handmades

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Enquanto organizava as nossas fotos do ano passado, deparei-me em muitas delas, com os meus filhos a vestir roupas que lhes fiz. Fiquei feliz por ver que o que lhes faço tem utilidade, que não faço apenas para pendurar no roupeiro. 
De cima para baixo, e da esquerda para a direita:

Túnica Panda para ela, Macaquinho para ele, Vestido para ela, Camisa de dormir para ela
Macaquinho para ele, Saia vestido para ela (tem chapéu também, nunca cheguei a mostrar!), Top para ela, e Body para ele
Casaco para ela, Body para ele, Blusa para ela

Algumas destas peças já nem lhes servem! Outras há que parece que crescem com eles, algumas, poucas é verdade, mas ainda assim, ela veste desde que tinha a idade dele. 


As I was organising our family photos from last year, I stepped into a lot of them, with my kids wearing my handmades. I was happy to see that there's a use for those things I make them, and that they don't only end up held in their closet. 
From top to bottom, and left to right:

Panda tunic for her, Romper for him, Dress for her, Nightgown for her
Romper for him, Romper dress for her (there's a hat too, that I haven't come to blog about), Top for her and Onesie for him
Jacket for her, Onesie for him, Shirt for her

Some of these don't even fit them anymore! Some others though seem to grow with them, some, not many that's true, she wears since she was his age. 


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