Pants have definitely become a staple piece in almost everyone’s wardrobe. Including mine. I will admit, I am a huge fan of jeans, and pants for me are more of an effort or a special occasion/job interview apparel for me. But everyone sees them differently.
Due to the nature of my work, you can sometimes hear me say – Pull up your pants! Put your pants on! Keep your pants on! It’s a lot of fun being an early childhood ed teacher. Such item like pants, often don’t make sense to kids. They hate them. All they want to do is trade jeans in for sweats, or better yet pajamas. At least in my class. Girls are known for leggings and tutus combos, or just leggings and shirt… This is when I came to realize that we are not that much different from kids. At least I am not.
I live for next pajama day, when I can wear my sweats or yoga pants to school.
I love distressed denim just like the kids like sticking their fingers in it and distressing it even more.
Anything that prevents me from sitting criss-cross apple sauce at circle time should be immediately removed from my wardrobe.
Pockets are a sign of status. Discovering and actually utilizing those pockets is a sign of being almost ready for preschool.
Nothing is wrong with going commando.
Forgetting an extra pair of pants is not a big deal. The lost and found bin is always runneth over.
You can never have too many pairs of pants.
Always bring an extra pair, or two, no better yet – THREE!
Kids and pants are a funny subject, I hope you enjoyed my observations as much as you enjoyed the collections I created.