"I did laundry yesterday; look in your dresser. And please don't yell."
"I can't go out of the house in any of this! What brand is this? Circo?"
"It's from Target and it looks nice on you. That color brings out the blue in your eyes."
"Ugh. Why is it so stretchy? It's at least two sizes too big."
"It's supposed to be loose for comfort. There's nothing worse than clothing that squeezes you."
"It's like a muumuu bred with a pair of footy-pajamas."
"They call it a Babygro. It's cute."
A 99 Word-Story inspired by a single word from the 99th page of the Oxford English Dictionary: Babygro -- a kind of all-in-one stretch garment for babies.
I figured this could go a couple of different ways. Either this is a conversation that my infant daughter would have had with me almost ten years ago if she could have protested how I dressed her. Or it's a conversation we'll have in about five years when she decides to experiment with her wardrobe and I freak out about how much she doesn't look like a little girl anymore.