You’re teaching them not to name-drop or talk behind a bud’s back. So getting busted for leering at little Lucy’s label was not the model behavior you’ve been preaching.
Such an unfortunate slipup can be explained only by the captivating cuteness of Frances Elizabeth Originals.
Local designer Ashley Williams first learned to smock and sew to outfit her two daughters. From swingy frocks in cheery patterns to playtime separates for boys and girls, Williams’s traditional silhouettes are as refined as your polite progeny. If you favor couture over off-the-rack, Williams will custom cut your order and ship direct.
Just remember to say thank you.
Available at Pink Crocodile, 5330 Brookstone Drive, suite 230, Acworth (770-424-1702). For more information, go to franceselizabethoriginals.com.
Green Eggs and Ham
What: The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra brings the best-selling Dr. Seuss book to life with the aid of actors.
Why: It’s sure to be a who’s who of Whoville.
When: Sun., 1:30 & 3:30 p.m.
Where: Atlanta Symphony Hall, Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree St., Midtown (404-733-5000).
ShamRock ’n’ Roll Road Race
What: Strollers and dogs are welcome at this Peachtree Road Race qualifier. Postrace fun includes games, face painting, and treats for pups.
Why: You need lots o’ luck.
When: Sun. 5k, 8 a.m.; 10k, 8:30 a.m.
Where: Atlantic Station, 241 20th St., Midtown (678-795-0115). Registration (required) online at active.com.
Exercise Your Body, Explore Your Baby’s Mind
What: Emory University’s Child Study Center and Stroller Strides team up for a morning workout; parents can also get familiar with the child development studies program.
Why: Body and mind.
When: Wed., 10 a.m.-noon.
Where: Emory University Child Study Center, 36 Eagle Row, Midtown. Info at (888-232-2397). Strollers and comfortable clothing recommended.
Photo: Shannon Bell / Courtesy of Frances Elizabeth Originals