Friday, 8 December 2017

Outfit post: Family group night

Having a child with special needs, my entire family has to attend these family group nights with other parents in similar situations. I had a pretty trying week with my son and I got so, so much support and advice from other parents! It was great! I really appreciate the help, encouragement and positivity the entire group has to offer.

Obviously, I don't want to go there and freak out the other parents, especially where my child's well being is concerned. They obviously know we are not necessarily the most conformist of people but I don't want to be freak them out either.
I love the sheer top I am wearing. In fact, in the nineties, when I was a teenager, I had something very similar. Usually the sheer top would be under a shirt of some sort but I like how I combined it with a tank top underneath. I wore my shawl because it is pretty cold here.

Goth mom
I'm a bat or is this a Burlesque show???

No seriously, I am sweet and we are a very *normal* family, nothing weird here!!!! Yes, I just comfirmed what my kid said about us going for walks in graveyards like it is a casual stroll in a park...

7 comments:

  1. haha yes i remember wearing shirts like that under shirts...and I also remember wearing tanks on top of shirts. Funny how things change. love the shawl!

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    1. Thank you and yes, indeed things do change! The shawl was purchased at Target several years ago when they opened in Canada. I miss that store:(

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  2. This necklace <3 It has coins, right?

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    1. Yes, it has coins. It makes a lot of tingling sounds whenever I walk or move LOL

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  3. That's a pretty spectacular necklace too!

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  4. Thanks I found it on Ebay. I think I paid a whole whopping $5.00 for it :)

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  5. Ah, yes, sometimes we all have to tone it down for one reason or another unfortunately. I love that shawl!

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