Wearing daddy’s hat

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Earlier this week I took part in Oxfam’s latest fundraising initiative, Dressed by the Kids Day. The aim was to get sponsored and raise funds for the charity by letting the children choose your clothes.

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Here’s Izzy, messing around with one of my hats while selecting clothes for Oxfam’s Dressed by the Kids Day 2016.

This picture was taken while my youngest daughter, Izzy, was going through my wardrobe. She took a liking to this hat and struck this pose so I could take her picture. I originally posted a colour version on Instagram and it got quite a few likes.

I thought it looked equally good in black and white. I’m linking the image to the #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by the Photalife blog.

If you want to see me wearing the clothes selected by Izzy, check out this short video (it’s only three minutes and features an even better hat).

Photalife is hosted by the effervescent Darren Coleshill and the two of us share a rare honour. Both of us have been shortlisted in the Brilliance in Blogging Awards (#BiBs2016), Darren in the Social Media category, while I am in the Reader’s Choice category. If you are planning to vote in #BiBs2016, please do keep us in mind (voting is very easy, just follow this link).

Have a great bank holiday weekend.


23 thoughts on “Wearing daddy’s hat”

    1. Thanks Sarah. Here’s hoping this year I have a bit more success Always the bridesmaid and all that!!

  1. Love that photo, and the colour one I spotted on FB. It suits her despite being a little big. Interesting choice of outfit for you. Not sure I’d dare let N do it – I’d be wearing a dress that probably didn’t fit it I did.

    1. Yeah, I was a bit worried they might start raiding my wife’s wardrobe but my kilt was the worst of it.

  2. That is a beautiful portrait of your girl and I love that you got involved in such a worthwhile cause. Well done on making the BiBs finals – a very worthy place for you 🙂 Good luck.and hope to see you in the finals too

    1. Thakns Victoria. I have to say, she is a natural model. Always does what she’s told for the camera.

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