For our son’s second birthday, my wife had an Heating, Ventilation, & A/C uniform made for him that looked just appreciate his.
She even had her boss make a miniature badge with our son’s name on it. It took myself and others almost 6 weeks to get my child out of the uniform. Whether the people I was with and I were going to the grocery store or going to church, she had to have that Heating, Ventilation, & A/C uniform on. I was sneaking into her room after she went to sleep so I could get that outfit & clean it. One day, I didn’t get the uniform into her room before she woke up. She was so sad when she woke up & couldn’t find her Heating, Ventilation, & A/C uniform, that it took myself and others half an hour to calm him down. I ended up taking him into the laundry room so she could see myself and others take it out of the dryer. She then panicked because her badge wasn’t in her pocket. When the people I was with and I went back to dress, I took her Heating, Ventilation, & A/C badge off her dresser & pinned it to her uniform pocket. I was surprised at how abruptly she traded her Heating, Ventilation, & A/C uniform for the new cowboy outfit her daddy brought beach house for him. She loved her chaps, vest & boots so much that they completely took the locale of her Heating, Ventilation, & A/C uniform. I didn’t guess she would change her mind so abruptly, but then again, she was only more than two. I hope my wife has some wonderful ideas about what the people I was with and I are going to get him when she tires of the cowboy outfit. I have a feeling her Heating, Ventilation, & A/C uniform will be too small for him when she finally decides to wear it again.