How many moms here have never owned a denim jumper?
Um yep, that would be me. In fact, to be perfectly honest, I actually had to google 'denim jumper' to see what one was. For the rest of you Aussies, it's a pinafore...
I have a dreadful confession to make though: I do own Birkenstocks. Four pairs.
My uniform is jeans, tee shirts and my birkies in summer, jeans, polo neck jumpers and my high black boots in winter. (You Americans might have to google.)
So, for those who have met me 'in the flesh', do I look like a homeschooler?
What about you? What's your uniform? I'd love to know!!
P.S. During my google search I came across this:
Recently I attended a state homeschooling convention. At least half the women there were wearing denim jumpers and had lots of children with them. If I decide to homeschool, will I need to buy a denim jumper and triple my family size?
Well, it depends. Some homeschoolers like to be non-conformists. In order to identify yourself as a non-conformist, you will need to wear the right kind of denim jumper, never cut your hair again, and have a larger than average family. All the boys will need to wear slacks and dress shirts whenever you're out in public, and the girls will need to wear denim jumpers or pretty flowered dresses. Of course, if you don't care about being a non-conformist, this doesn't apply to you; you're free to dress however you choose.