Recently my three year old, Liam, is into dressing himself. This means that sometimes he wears his pajamas to preschool and sometimes he wears said pajamas backwards. Other times he wears his Ninja Turtle shirt inside out followed with mis-matched socks. Or if you’re really lucky you’ll catch Liam on a day when he thinks my clothes are the best. To put it more specifically Liam is obsessed with my Bra’s. He loves them all, padded, old nursing bra’s, bikini tops that look like bra’s, strapless and push-up’s. His favorite thing to do is to walk around the house exclaiming how beautiful his new “boobs” are and to frolic around my living room admiring the view from the top. Liam’s bra’s always go outside his shirt because otherwise “no one can see how Beeeuuutiful it looks.” Honestly I should put him on The Chive. Now Liam’s most favorite set is a lovely pink pair that he wants to wear to school every Tuesday and Thursday. Some of our biggest arguments in the morning are due to the fact that I am wearing his “boobs” and that I can wear the white ones because the pink set are his. The thing his class would love to see the pink pair and want to take them for show and tell…every single day almost. Truth be told, I wouldn’t care if he wore a bra of mine to school, and he does have impeccable taste as the pink one is the most beautiful, that’s why I wear the it most, but he always takes them off to put his coat on and they don’t fit over top of a winter jacket, not to say we haven’t tried. If you’re going to wear lady’s underwear at any point in your life, and you’re not a lady, I guess three is the right age to do it, it’s still adorable and there appearance is darn cute, not to mention their self-esteem is fabulous and they look good in everything. But until he outgrows this phase we will continue to argue over my lady things and hope it doesn’t spread to other bits and pieces of my wardrobe, or my mornings might be getting more and more difficult.