Monday, February 28, 2011

I hope no one noticed

day 27 outfit

…that my shirt came unbuttoned in Sacrament today at church.  It was the top button—right where the “girls” are. Yep, utterly mortified!

It demonstrates just how squirmy my 23 month old is as I sit with him on my lap trying to contain his 35 pounds of pure energy.

I don’t know how long it was open. I don’t think it was very long. I hope it wasn’t very long. Luckily I tied the bow connected to this shirt low, so I think it covered up most of the peep show.

Please tell me that another mom has had this happen to them.


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Katri said...

love the shirt and shoe colors!!! :) and sorry about the shirt unbuttoning!! awkward!!!
you're almost done with the 30 for 30!!! :)

I'm having a giveaway!! Cardigans and Cookie Dough

Lap of Luxury said...

I am not a mom, but I have had this happen to me in front of my students. No bueno!

Kimberly said...

my 'girls' aren't 'enough' to really matter in that situation....

I do like your blouse! (even though it's being pink)

Tatiana said...

I'm not very "blessed" in that department, but I have had a church wardrobe malfunction. I came out of the bathroom with my skirt tucked up in the back. Neither of the ladies in the bathroom said anything! Luckily a friend happened to be passing the bathroom door and rushed over to help me.

Brooke said...

will you be posting a march newsletter template? I would be so grateful if you did!

Carolyn said...

Your unbuttoned shirt is unnoticeable, don't worry! Love your blog.
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