5 Murphy's Laws of Dressing Your Toddler or Preschooler
2. Any sauces, condiments, or art supplies that stain are 4 times as likely to land on clothing as their non-staining counterparts.
3. Statistically speaking, when left to their own devices, male children will wear an article of clothing for an average of 6.25 days. Female children will want to change after 2.5 minutes.
4. Taking your preschooler out in public with dirty clothes and/or unbrushed hair triples your chances of running into someone you know. (If you are the one with dirty clothes and unbrushed hair the chances quadruple.)
5. A lay person will tell you that the odds of your toddler putting their clothing on backwards is 50%. Moms know that the odds are closer to 99%.
Chamelia is about a little chameleon who likes to stand out. She likes the spotlight and dresses to be the center of attention. Unfortunately, she finds out that some of her style choices don't work. Like high heels and soccer. Chamelia feels left out. By the end of the book, she finds a way to show her own personal style AND join in the fun.