Hello from a bit of a rain-swept Italy. We travelled to Livorno on Saturday to stay with Rob’s mum and sister (more about travelling with twin toddlers coming soon) and are spending a week relaxing after the end of my degree.
Packing for Biscuit and Cracker is a lot harder than I find packing for myself, I don’t like the thought of leaving any of their clothes at home in case they need them. I packed many of Biscuit’s gorgeous dresses and a whole pile of Slugs and Snails tights for the week and Cracker had lots of t-shirts and trousers.
I have already mentioned in last week’s Trendy Tot Thursday that Biscuit spent Christmas Day as Anna from Frozen, complete with a gold hat! We teamed it with Storm Slugs, which looked really cool.
Well she wore that simple, but lovely dress again at her Nonna’s house.
This time we teamed that dress, which is from Primark’s Frozen collection, with Hoot Slugs. I probably wouldn’t have put that pattern with the dress, but Biscuit wanted to wear them and, I think, she pulls it off. I like this dress as it is not “dressing up” per say (as in, it’s not a fancy dress outfit) but it is obviously Frozen and, as such, will make your little Frozen fan happy. They also do an Elsa version too.
Cracker, not to be left out of the Frozen fashion, is wearing an Olaf t-shirt (also from Primark’s Frozen collection.
As it was a little chilly we teamed it with a grey long-sleeved t-shirt from Gap. He is also wearing blue combat trousers, also from Primark. These are really good as they are lined so they are warmer and are very hard-wearing. It is not as easy finding Frozen fashion for boys, even though they love it just as much as the girls, but I like this t-shirt and, more importantly, so does Cracker.
Being from Primark means that I am happy for them to run around and be toddlers in them, they wash really easily and buying them won’t break the bank.