It’s true. I think I might be that mom (or at least I want to be that mom). The one who gets matching clothes for both kids. Because I can’t get over how cute these two sweaters are.
(OK, honesty time. I’m actually that mom that hasn’t gotten her kid to wear actual clothes in over a week. PJs at night, and sometimes during the day, sure, but mostly he just parties around the house in a diaper. If we leave the house, he has to wear clothes, but these days, is anyone actually leaving the house?)
(Further honesty time. I haven’t even gotten the kid to try on his sweater. I assume it’ll be worn at some time. Right now, I’m just enjoying the idea that he has a new sweater that he will be wear at some point. Hopefully before he grows out of it.)
Anyway. I love the “fraternal twin” vibe these sweaters have. Essentially the same, but just different enough.
Plus, they’re cute, even if they’ll never be worn at the same time.
If the kid ever deigns to wear his sweater, I’ll be sure to share a picture. Keep your fingers crossed for me.
I’m sure the baby will wear his- after all, he won’t be able to fight back as well as the two-year-old. Yet…
Have you ever made a project that you half-knew would never be worn?
SO CUTE!!!! And you rock at being “that mom!”
This Christmas is the final chance for a family member; I’ve knit several things for her and have yet to see her wear them. This year I splurged on an expensive (for me) wrap/scarf kit with a linen/silk blend yarn. Thanks to covid, I knit it in record time! I’m also including a bottle of special no-rinse-needed yarn wash. If I don’t see the wrap being worn, I’m done. She will be forever deemed “not yarn-worthy”
These are adorable little sweaters!