Monday, May 4, 2015

Not so Little Anymore

I found one of our little one's favorite dresses which I had sewn before because it was still too big back then. I removed the stitches thinking it will fit perfectly now that she has grown a little bit. But I think it was too late 'coz she has grown a little bigger than I expected. It was too short for her to wear outside. But it is still too pretty to throw away and too sentimental to give away. My solution?
Make a pretty skirt out of it.
from baby dress to toddler skirt

She loves it. Now she can twirl around like a pretty princess.

This outgrowing her dresses made me realized that our little one is really not so little anymore. She is growing so fast that new mommy fears are creeping into me. She'll go to school soon, away from me. She'll have friends and teachers who she'll listen and probably look up to and I'll be... here, just here. Maybe she'll still want me or not. She'll be smarter and wouldn't need me for answers. She'll probably won't believe in fairytales, dragons and father Christmas anymore. Oooohhhh. Why am I doing this to myself -- torturing myself with things that probably won't be as bad as I am imagining them. 

I just feel that everything happened so fast and I haven't spent enough time with my little one. 

Maybe I should just twirl around with a pretty skirt with my little one to make time go more slowly.

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