She came to Petit Bateau to buy t-shirts.Â Like me, you will have assumed that it was only for children’s clothes, but it goes up to 18. You may say that it’s a long time since I’ve seen 18, but 18 year olds are a lot bigger than they were in my day. And their t-shirts are cheap (in contradistinction to their babies’ things which are terrifyingly expensive) and fabulous and don’t have a brand name across the front.Â I offer you this information for nothing.Â I am good and kind. And the best dressed one bought a beautiful little dress for the Princess also, which you may inspect here where my daughter has chosen to model it with a sieve.
on 02 May 2005 at 21:37
That’s a really cool sieve. Not so sure about the dress though…
on 03 May 2005 at 11:46
She’s looking very grown-up waffley. Just as well – she’ll be on big sis duty soon ……
on 05 May 2005 at 14:03
Yes, gentlemen, I know the seive is a worry.
Pog, I know, well she has 4 and a half months and she would need all that time to adapt, if she had the remotest idea of what was coming.