Janay brought up some interesting--and excellent--points on her blog yesterday. She was discussing sayings we see on clothes and her point of view. I have tried to be careful with what my kids wear but realize a few items have slipped through the cracks of my best judgement. Take this shirt for example:
I have this picture of my daughter at work and when people see it I feel like I have to explain that she is not allowed to be disrespectful, that she's just full of spunk. Instead of having to keep rationalizing the shirt, I've decided to display a new version of it:
Photoshop to the rescue! It's not as colorful, but I won't feel like I have to defend the photo. And I'm sure I'll take a picture of her soon that I like better, and it will be replaced altogether.
I just want to say thank you to Janay for the reminder to consider what we show to the world, especially the things we sew/embroider. I am not particularly concerned with what people think of my wardrobe (or that of my kids) but I want to make sure what I present to them is a reflection of where my heart is!