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- Always love the #innocence and #simplicity in your #being • This one is truly the most favorite #onthego OR #dayoff #look from the #collection • Ft. @thevogueaholic_vasudha in ‘Ikat Long Dress’ #available on the website also #shop #shopnow • #dontmissit because it’s made with #love for the #chic in you#lovechic #lovechicclothing #lovechictribe #specialedition #capsulecollection #ikatlove #ikatstory #ikatclothing #ikatstreetstyle #clothingline • 📸by @av1291 & MUA @shagunmatta •
- Always love the #innocence and #simplicity in your #being • This one is truly the most favorite #onthego OR #dayoff #look from the #collection • Ft. @thevogueaholic_vasudha in ‘Ikat Long Dress’ #available on the website also #shop #shopnow#dontmissit because it’s made with #love for the #chic in yo #lovechic #lovechicclothing #lovechictribe #specialedition #capsulecollection #ikatlove #ikatstory #ikatclothing #ikatstreetstyle #clothingline • 📸by @av1291 & MUA @shagunmatta
- Always love the #innocence and #simplicity in your #being • This one is truly the most favorite #onthego OR #dayoff #look from the #collection • Ft. @thevogueaholic_vasudha in ‘Ikat Long Dress’ #available on the website also #shop #shopnow • #dontmissit because it’s made with #love for the #chic in you#lovechic #lovechicclothing #lovechictribe #specialedition #capsulecollection #ikatlove #ikatstory #ikatclothing #ikatstreetstyle #clothingline • 📸by @av1291 & MUA @shagunmatta •
- When did she become such a little grown up?! Carrying her own backpack and drinking out of a cup and asking "why?" about Every. Single. Thing. We had parent-teacher conferences yesterday (I know... and she isn't even 3 😂) and I kind of had an idea about how things would go. I spend every second with K so I thought I knew everything about her development and what she still struggles with. I was pleasantly surprised about how well her teacher said she behaves at school (and much better than at home for Mom 😂!) She sits in her seat most of the time (but wanders a little at lunch) and rarely throws tantrums. She still cries (fake cries) quite a bit, and much more than her peers (because she's a little actress...) but less than before. Actually her teacher said yesterday was the first day she made it all day without crying but then when we went to pick her up when the conference was over, she was crying when we got there 🤣. Almost made it! Her teacher also mentioned several times how "independent" K is, along with words like "spirited", "strong", etc. Jason and I always laugh because we know it's code for "You got one of the hard ones!!", but we also know strong children become strong adults who can change the world! (At least that's what we tell ourselves when we're mad she thinks it's okay to run 50 feet away from us without so much as a single look back as we chase her screaming her name 😐.) We still need to work on her recognizing her name in writing but I found out she can count to 29, which surprised me. At home she stops at 13 and says she doesn't know what comes next! For someone who is so independent about everything else, it's kind of funny she's been keeping an extra 16 numbers under wraps when she's counting in front of us 😂. Overall I left pretty much beaming. Not about her counting or other milestones - the school is not focused on academics and neither are we at this point, but about the kind words her teacher said about her. She seems to really love K, and "spirited" or not, she loves her spunky personality and her zest for life. It's a good feeling when other people see what you see in your kids. You feel like you must be doing something right.
- When did she become such a little grown up?! Carrying her own backpack and drinking out of a cup and asking "why?" about Every. Single. Thing. We had parent-teacher conferences yesterday (I know... and she isn& #39;t even 3 😂) and I kind of had an idea about how things would go. I spend every second with K so I thought I knew everything about her development and what she still struggles with. I was pleasantly surprised about how well her teacher said she behaves at school (and much better than at home for Mom 😂!) She sits in her seat most of the time (but wanders a little at lunch) and rarely throws tantrums. She still cries (fake cries) quite a bit, and much more than her peers (because she& #39;s a little actress...) but less than before. Actually her teacher said yesterday was the first day she made it all day without crying but then when we went to pick her up when the conference was over, she was crying when we got there 🤣. Almost made it! Her teacher also mentioned several times how "independent" K is, along with words like "spirited", "strong", etc. Jason and I always laugh because we know it& #39;s code for "You got one of the hard ones!!", but we also know strong children become strong adults who can change the world! (At least that& #39;s what we tell ourselves when we& #39;re mad she thinks it& #39;s okay to run 50 feet away from us without so much as a single look back as we chase her screaming her name 😐.) We still need to work on her recognizing her name in writing but I found out she can count to 29, which surprised me. At home she stops at 13 and says she doesn& #39;t know what comes next! For someone who is so independent about everything else, it& #39;s kind of funny she& #39;s been keeping an extra 16 numbers under wraps when she& #39;s counting in front of us 😂. Overall I left pretty much beaming. Not about her counting or other milestones - the school is not focused on academics and neither are we at this point, but about the kind words her teacher said about her. She seems to really love K, and "spirited" or not, she loves her spunky personality and her zest for life. It& #39;s a good feeling when other people see what you see in your kids. You feel like you must be doing something right.
- When did she become such a little grown up?! Carrying her own backpack and drinking out of a cup and asking "why?" about Every. Single. Thing. We had parent-teacher conferences yesterday (I know... and she isn't even 3 😂) and I kind of had an idea about how things would go. I spend every second with K so I thought I knew everything about her development and what she still struggles with. I was pleasantly surprised about how well her teacher said she behaves at school (and much better than at home for Mom 😂!) She sits in her seat most of the time (but wanders a little at lunch) and rarely throws tantrums. She still cries (fake cries) quite a bit, and much more than her peers (because she's a little actress...) but less than before. Actually her teacher said yesterday was the first day she made it all day without crying but then when we went to pick her up when the conference was over, she was crying when we got there 🤣. Almost made it! Her teacher also mentioned several times how "independent" K is, along with words like "spirited", "strong", etc. Jason and I always laugh because we know it's code for "You got one of the hard ones!!", but we also know strong children become strong adults who can change the world! (At least that's what we tell ourselves when we're mad she thinks it's okay to run 50 feet away from us without so much as a single look back as we chase her screaming her name 😐.) We still need to work on her recognizing her name in writing but I found out she can count to 29, which surprised me. At home she stops at 13 and says she doesn't know what comes next! For someone who is so independent about everything else, it's kind of funny she's been keeping an extra 16 numbers under wraps when she's counting in front of us 😂. Overall I left pretty much beaming. Not about her counting or other milestones - the school is not focused on academics and neither are we at this point, but about the kind words her teacher said about her. She seems to really love K, and "spirited" or not, she loves her spunky personality and her zest for life. It's a good feeling when other people see what you see in your kids. You feel like you must be doing something right.

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