When I first quit my job to stay at home with Cam, I didn't realize what a good friend Target would become. Staying at home full time = many, many hours of trying to come up with things to do and different outings to take. Target soon became a frequent outing and still is. Who doesn't love Target??
I quickly learned, however, that impulse buying can be a nasty temptation. After falling prey too often early on, I had to make the conscious decision that from then on I would only buy things that were necessities, not cute toys that Cam was drawn to that day or clothes that were on sale.
I'm quite proud to say that I have stuck to that decision pretty well. However the other day I couldn't resist buying this shirt for Cam. I justified it because I had had a bad night's sleep and wasn't in the best of moods (yes, I know that is not a unique excuse and probably a common one!).
Due to the shirt being quite metro sexual (mainly the colors), I texted a picture from the store to my manly husband to get his approval. I couldn't help but laugh when I took this picture. No, our son doesn't "strut" when he walks, but this picture sure makes it look that way and I found it ironic considering the type of shirt it was. :)