as a matter of fact, I do spend too much time on the internet

I do it so you don’t have to. Because how else would you know about Quinoa, and her fashion forward life on Pinterest? She’s the brainchild of Tiffany Beveridge and her Pinterest page is titled My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter. Quinoa shows up in my Pinterest feed every few days with a new outfit and her friends (hey there Chevron, Kale and Agave). She cracks me up every time. Not that I have ever staged a photo for my daughters (or my dog, or my coffee).  If you’re on Pinterest, follow Quinoa. And if you’re not, here’s a taste of Quinoa and company.


Quinoa and her BFF Chevron like to drive in vintage cars out to the desert, park them, and take a bunch of pictures looking pissed off.”


“Quinoa has found herself in a preschool love triangle with classmates Houndstooth and Gaultier.”


“The only thing Quinoa likes to rescue more than puppies are children that shop for clothes at Wal-Mart.”


“Quinoa couldn’t decide which was more offensive at their allegedly “avant garde” play date: Kale’s sweater or the way he kept grinning at her flamingo.”


“Quinoa’s origami elephant was enough to win first prize at the school performance art show, but the matching origami outfits she produced for herself and her stagehands, Orchid and Ombre, brought down the house.”


About kim tackett

Northern CA marketing consultant, writer of very small stories, and drinker of very strong coffee.
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