Motherhood 6 years ago

Chloe's Favorite Things


It’s so crazy to see how fast Chloe is growing up!  I swear it was just her first birthday party yesterday! As she getting older, she’s becoming more and more vocal about what she wants. It’s incredible to see her own little personality forming! As of now, there are three things that she’s been demanding every day without fail:

1. Her Happy Sweater

I think I wash this sweater like four to five times every week. I don’t know what it is about it but Chloe LOVES this sweater. It might be the colors on the sleeves, but she throws a fit if she can’t wear it! Which makes getting her into her uniform for school a struggle sometimes… I think it’s safe to say that this sweater makes Chloe very, very happy.

2. Her Pigtails

This little girl loves her pigtails. I can’t get her to wear her hair any other way! Is it just me or does she kind of look like Boo from Monster’s Inc.? Maybe one day I can change her hairstyle up, but for now, pigtails it is!

3. Her Snacks

I found these PureGrowth Organic snacks for Chloe not too long ago and she absolutely loves them! All of the snacks are organic, affordable and I can honestly say- they’re delicious! I love when you can find organic snacks that are perfect for the whole family. They have great little snack-packs which are great for throwing into my purse or diaper bag when we’re on the go and Chloe loves all of the different characters on the packaging!

4. Her Paints 

Just like her snacks, Chloe’s paints and crayons are a lifesaver when I bring her to the office with me. I just set up some paper, stickers, markers, paints and her snacks and she can entertain herself for hours! Plus, I always have tons of new artwork for the fridge!

Her snacks, her pigtails and her sweater, I guess Chloe’s demands are pretty reasonable. Any mommas out there have any funny demands from their toddlers? I’d love to hear about them! Have a great Monday!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Pure Growth Organics. The opinions and text are all mine.


Photography by Drew Scott