I have the sweetest little girl. Actually I have the sweetest little boy too, and in a few weeks they will both turn 2 years old! Usually, I use this blog as my crafting blog because I maintain another blog that is for family and friends where I post all those pictures I take of my two cuties. But I thought I’d share some of their stories here. My girl, Clara, loves to dress up. She loves to wear my shoes, loves jewelry, and purses. She carries her purse on her arm like a little lady I guess I sometimes do the same thing, so monkey see, monkey do. Usually our day starts with her finding a pair of shoes, a hat, a purse, her beads, and then she can push her shopping cart around the kitchen. So in the course of a day, she will wear several pairs of my shoes which results in my shoes being all over the house. Honestly I don’t think of myself as a big fashion queen, but I seem to have lots of shoes.The best part about Clara’s dress up is how she just knows things. She knows that shoes come in pairs, that there should be two and when she can’t find both she comes to me to find them. She also knows that before leaving the house I tend to accessorize a bit more than I’d admit to. And she knows that nice dressy pumps are the very best shoes. Finally, she knows how to walk in heels, a little better than I do actually! As I shared Clara’s dress up stories with friends I came to the conclusion that little girls are born with this natural ability to dress up and walk well in heels and somewhere along the way some of us lose that ability. I think it could be on par with losing the belief in Santa, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy. Something to think about.