Laundry, there is a lot of it. And while it's a pain in the butt chore, I'm also quite aware of the pleasure of washing my kids' clothes. I loved when Tesla's tiny onesies and teeny socks started mixing with our adult clothes. And 5 years later with the appreciation of how quickly kids grow, I was rather in awe of Aila's tiny onesies that also started mixing in our family of 4 laundry.
With a nod to both kids that help put away their clean clothes now, today, I took a moment to love Aila's Anpanman socks. They are toddler size but she still wears them. When in Japan, I found these cuties at the Anpanman Museum and couldn't resist getting them. I love that Aila gets the quintessential kid Japanese icon.
They are getting small. I will not see these for much longer. This post is a love note to being able to wash and sort such cute socks. It's these simple things that hit me about how grateful I am to raise my little rascal gals.