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  1. Hannah, just because they where “allstar” or “little champ”, it doesn’t mean that you will expect them to be just that. I always thought it was just cute, that’s all. My boys have never felt pressured. πŸ™‚ I’m sure if you give in and have little Ollie wear those things, he won’t feel pressured either, because you and Jeff will raise him differently than that. πŸ˜€

    I love the french patterns too. I’m with Chris, where were these 10 years ago. And I’m going to make some of those summer nightgowns for my girls.

  2. …we have two articles of clothing for AndyPand with winnie the pooh on them. I have issues with licensed characters. We’ve all got our ‘thing’. πŸ˜‰
    And fortunately, Ollie won’t be able to *read* “All Star”, so the pressure is off.

    I’ve been going gaga (not Lady…) over those Citronille patterns for a while. I keep looking at my McCalls or Butterick patterns trying to figure out how to adapt them. I think it’s all about the fabrics.
    Now, as for their fairy tale costume book… that’s a different story!

    Oh, and the nightgown pillowcases? Genius.

    I should email you more and make lengthy blog comments less.

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