At lunch, Annika poured chocolate milk all over her outfit requiring a stop at Baby Gap. I have to pause here to say that I'm a Target gal. Baby and Kid Gap give me the willies because of how much they charge for clothes there. It is truly unholy. But there were only two kids clothing stores in the vicinity of the museum, abercrombie and Baby Gap. I've never been into abercrombie and I didn't think going in with 5 kids in the kind of hurry I was in was a good choice. Plus, I was worried it might cost more than Gap.
So the 5 of us made a beeline for Baby Gap, quickly found the clearance and picked out a pretty cute pair of pants, since Annika's current ones had taken the brunt of the spill.
"That will be $3.34," the lady told me.
I did a double take.
"Everything's 25% off including the clearance. That sales ends today."
"Do you mind if I go get a shirt?" I asked.
"Take your time!" she enthused.
I rushed back and got a shirt and bought a whole new outfit, at Baby Gap no less, for under $8.00. This, I believe, is a miracle.
So here is Annika in outfit #1.And outfit #2.
Beck was along on the trip, too. He spent his time sitting in a very girly carseat trying to look like a boy.