It started with Stacey. She did the hardest part and produced 3 of the, well lets face it, most gorgeous boys on the face of the planet. And she did it in just over 4 years. I need to go take a nap just thinking about that.
When Susan and I heard #3 was on the way, we thought we could contribute to Stacey’s crafty endeavors. Not so much with the birthing part (though we can always be counted on to boil water at a moment’s notice), but definitely with the outfitting of the new little guy.
First I whipped up 3 of Dana’s spectacularly versatile 90 minute shirts. I wish I had put a dime next to that orange trimmed one, for scale. It’s like a dime and a half in size. I used great restraint to not just eat it up the second it was done.
Then I passed them on to Susan, who labeled and cute-ified them, using her print-on-fabric method.
And finally the whole thing was sent to Stacey, who (using the labels as guides) fitted them on the correct brother.
Just keep walking, ladies, the two older sons are spoken for, and we have a clause that reserves the youngest for any potential future daughters.
Yes, their J. Crew model contracts are already signed.
This was a fun project for Susan and I, as we both got to do what we like to do best. I got to do the construction, she got to do the creative decorating. Maybe we have a business model there?