One of the highlights of my week is Sunday, when Ricki and I teach the four year old Life Group (basically Sunday School) at our church because I could be having the worst day but they instantly cheer me up. Hearing each of them say their weekly prayer requests, ask the most unanswerable questions about God (“Why doesn’t he have a last name?” is a favorite), and especially seeing Ricki’s faith grow as she pours into them each week makes my heart beyond happy.
Now I know it seems a bit.. ok, a lot shallow to think about, but I have a hard time figuring out what to wear every Sunday! I have to be comfortable enough to be able to chase a room full of four year olds around, but also dressy enough to not look underdressed afterwards during the service. One positive to being as short as I am is that I learned how to not only walk, but also be comfortable in heels at a very early age. However, this past Sunday was an exception for even the most experienced girly girl. They put all of the kids classes in one room for the Easter services and there I was, trying to balance one kid on my hip but also play kitchen without stepping on any fingers. So, if you saw a girl walking to her car barefoot after church, it was me. I guess it’s God’s way of preparing me for the future 🙂
We went to Tyler’s parents house afterwards for lunch and there was no way I was wearing heels, so here’s what I wore… And as you can see from our picture, we all decided to do a quick wardrobe change! What are your favorite ways to dress up but still be comfortable? (*Outfit details and links listed under the top picture!)
I’m wearing the “Mindy” necklace from my collection and for some reason I haven’t featured it much on the blog. Tassels are huge for spring and I get compliments on this one everywhere I go!