Boo Style: Snap

Boo’s so proud that she learned to snap her fingers yesterday….and she does it non-stop. I was able to get up this morning to brush her hair for school and snap a pick before her “share” day… what she picked out to wear:


Dress: Upcycled by Dress Me on Etsy
Shoes: Target Glitter Shoes
Socks: Little Miss Matched




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Living a simple, creative life in #smalltownusa Bryson City, NC. Renovating a 1960s ranch house and an old train depot. Thank you for reading! Read more in my about section. 


  1. 1

    Aren’t Little Miss Matched socks the best? However, my husband goes it to fits when he tries to fold socks now. :)

  2. 2

    I can’t believe how big she is getting! And look at that smile :)

  3. 3

    i want that outfit for me!…..just a longer skirt (boo’s knees are cuter than mine are)

  4. 4

    she is just adorable!
    my older daughter loves the Little MisMatched socks she has too!

  5. 5

    I’ll bet she makes the “Best Dressed ” List at her preschool!

  6. 6

    LOVE Little Miss Matched!!!! Reeg and Mal practically circle the whole catalog when it gets here!!!! Lovin’ Boo’s smirk! (reminds me of someone I know). :)

  7. 7

    She’s adorable.

  8. 8

    She is soooo big now!! Love her!! What is she going to share? Her snaping?

  9. 9

    I want that outfit too!

    That’s such an adorable dress… perfect lil (or big…I want it!) girl outfit. I used to want to dress like Pippi Longstocking as a kid, but even more clothes weren’t this fun or colorful.

    I forgot how many life milestones there are as a kid… snapping, whisling, summersaults, and so on. Oh, and can’t forget Eskimo Yo-Yos.

  10. 10

    So cute.
    My daughter Amelia is at the same stage of finger snapping.
    It’s lovely how excited they get isn’t it?

  11. 12

    Lil Boo is adorable and I’m so glad you are feeling well enough to get out of bed per doctors orders. When my oldest daughter learned to snap (30 years ago) I had left her with family for the first time ever so I could drive a moving van across country. There were no cell phones then (I KNOW)! So, I found a pay phone somewhere in the desert at an old gas station on the side of a long lonely road. Think: scary Clint Eastwood movie. I called to hear my baby’s little voice, and reassure her I loved her and would be home soon. Here’s what she said, “Mommy, I can SNAP. Than I heard a little snap and she hung up!” Oh, snap!

  12. 13

    Oh is she adorable…Wait til she learns to whistle. Non-stop, off key whistling is the best!!