*If you are determined to sew them, which I am. Just so nobody thinks I'm a loony, I do realize it would be easier to buy Easter dresses. I just like making them.
Step 1: Shop for Easter dress fabric in March 2010, while still in a state of pregnancy super-fatigue and find sheer green fabric with simple daisy print that is just perfect for three little dresses. Delusionally determine that one has plenty of energy for the task of sewing three dresses.
Step 2: Cut out pieces for three dresses. Watch Easter come and go. Over the next two months, sew the dresses completely together except for the neck bands.
Step 4: Have a baby.
Step 5: Wait until March and start thinking about Easter dresses for 2011. Have Mom come to visit. She will bribe you (even offer to do all the ironing required) to finish the dresses. Sew the neckbands and add the elastic to the sleeves, finishing all three dresses in one night.
Step 7: Realize that the baby born in step 4 will also require a dress.
Step 9: Panic.
Step 11: Tuck baby dress into sewing room closet. Ignore mocking "finish-me" glances from dress for a month, until day before Easter.
Step 12: Try the Big Three dresses on the Big Three girls. Realize Dress #3 will not fit over the head of child #3. Panic.
Step 14: Smile the next day to see all four of those crazy Wells babies in their green dresses.
Do you think I ought to start working now on next year's dresses?