Jeans: High-waisted flares : Next, last spring, about 35 euro. Delighted I can zip these up again, and the high waist completely deals with the muffin-top/lower stomach issue.
White Converse low-tops: staple shoe. Look better the more they age. The splashes of red wine remind me of a great cycling holiday in Kenmare we did when Charlie was two. We cycled along the Beara way, a bottle of red wine in the water-bottle holder of Barry's bike, Charlie singing "There was an old man called Michael Finnegan" at the top of his voice. Good times.
Parka: 77 euros in Next (These are the only two items I own from Next, never think of going in there - think it's too expensive for me)
Bag: 25 euros TK Maxx (shown better in last Outfit of the week)
Grey men's cardi: 35 euros, TK Maxx
Black hat: 5 euros, Dunnes
White vest: 6 euros H&M
White tank: 5 euros Penneys
Necklace: Alan Ardiff's Princess and the Pea. Birthday present.
Noah's cute boots are from a Chinese shop in Georges St. Arcade, selling beautiful children's clothes of dodgy provenance (but what isn't these days - I reluctantly bought strawberries from Palestine in Aldi!), they were in a deal of 3 items for 5 euro.
He's wearing my old hat; we have about 10 hats for him, scattered far and wide and can never find one when leaving the house.
He's in the red wrap sling, with a spare circular scarf around him for warmth.
Me: "I'm having the best time, I love getting out with you guys"
Barry: "Could you put the damn camera away then and actually talk to us?!"
Can't even comment on "the RTE controversy" at the moment, let's just say I'm licking my wounds and regrouping.