I can safely say that she is the cutest skeleton I've ever seen! The face above is one of her 'skeleton poses', as she calls it! Ha-ha! My funny girl saw these pajamas when I was browsing through the pictures of one of my facebook friends. A couple of weeks later, when I was doing some online shopping at Old Navy, I stumbled upon them and Lilah practically begged me to buy them for her! For a child who rarely gets excited over clothes, I (of course), had to buy them. Today they arrived in the mail. Heat and all she wanted to try them on and it took about an hour for her to start sweating and finally pull them off! My funny and VERY excited little skeleton! When I was putting her to bed tonight she said, I can't wait to wear my pajamas, they're my favourite in the whole wide world! Obviously it's still far too warm to wear them, day or night! But guess what? We're going "outback" camping in two weeks! Yes, the kind of camping that you actually have to canoe to get to the campsite and there's a little hut (that you practically have to reverse into) with a VERY deep dark hole for a toilet, I know, gross! I only know this stuff because we did this same trip in July 2005 - it only took us 6 years to pluck up the courage to do it again...ha! No really, it was fabulous! This years trip has been planned and organized by some serious camping folk from our Church, and there are a few families and their kiddies participating. We are very excited, well, you know, as excited as you can get about camping. Ha! But my oh my, it's going to be an unbelievable experience for Lilah! Anyway, all that to say I thought the glow-in-the-dark skeleton pajamas would be very fun for the whole camping experience!
You can probably tell (from these pictures) that I get a few chuckles out of my funny girl's antics! [ the flickr set is here ]