It can not be said that you live without conviction.
What that conviction is changes from day to day.
Yesterday, you refused to put on a non-Disney, non-itchy Cinderella dress that I made with my OWN TWO HANDS. It's not that I was hurt by your refusal to wear something I made or your clear preference for all things Disney. It's that I wish I had taken a nap or watched Parks and Recreation instead of sewing a dress.
Today, you wanted to wear the dress and nothing else. Literally. (Might have had something to do with sewing Disney Cinderella cameo from your old dress onto the one I made.) When I showed you the tank top and shorts to wear underneath and told you, "Trust me. I have a plan," you responded, "No. I'm have a plan!" I got the training undies, shorts and dress on you and sent you off to school for Dress Up Day. You came back covered in sand, mud, paint and food. I asked you to take the dress off so we could wash it during nap time. And again with the REFUSAL.
One day, you'll be four, like your cousin Avacado, and you'll just do what I say. Right?
Anyway, now I can't get the darn thing off.
(Dress details: Since you were napping, I took no measurements and I made it too big, not on purpose, but it works out. The skirt is super long and instead of cutting it, I just tucked and tacked it down underneath so we can let it out as you grow. The basic pattern is from a Belle dress tutorial on Crafterhours, but I also took inspiration from a Cinderella specific tutorial on Make It and Love It.)