Keeper of the Wardrobe
- Tuesday, May 15, 2007
As the mother, when we take the time to organize and prepare our clothes--and our children’s wardrobes--it makes dressing nice as easy as not. And as we teach our children how to dress well, we are influencing their future, the impressions they make, and the lives of future generations.
Twenty-year homeschool veteran, author and speaker, Kym Wright pens the Learn and Do Unit Studies, written for or with her eight homeschooled children. You can visit her websites at: www.KymWright.com and www.Learn-and-Do.com. She can be reached by email at: Kym@KymWright.com
*Important measurements to take: Height, chest, waist, hips, back waist length (from the base of the neck in the back, to their waist), sleeve length, pants length, dress length, shoe and hat size, and perhaps ring size. www.kwiksew.com/techinfo/measure/children.htm
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