I know that once upon a time, little children wore white because little children get very dirty and white can be bleached. And once upon a time, boys wore short pants as skin is easier to clean than fabric and heals itself when ripped.
Similarly, we wear dark clothes because they are less likely to stain. I cannot imagine bleaching my child's clothes, but that's because I am a weirdo who doesn't even use "regular" laundry soap and exclaims a lot about the wasted resources of washing clothes on a setting other than "cold".
Anyway, I'm pretty sure the food stains from yesterday's shredded carrots and pickled beets are never coming out of that shirt. I am still quite unclear as to why anyone faces the collar of a child's shirt in white. I'm also less than totally clear as to why I purchased such a shirt.
We must be right on the cusp of her being so big she understands how to unclench her toes when you put her shoes on. Or I am totally doing the shoe thing all wrong/not often enough. Because I cannot seem to find a pair of toddler shoes where the reviews say "these are easy to get onto the feet".
Or do those shoes just not exist in bigger sizes? Is there a reason for that?