This post was sponsored by Carter’s; however all thoughts and opinions are my own.
I remember every pregnancy, hoping I would maybe get a baby girl, so that I could buy all the super cute clothes out there! But once I realized we would have all boys, I also remember one of the first brands I fell in love with for the cutest and softest baby boy clothes, and that was Carter’s! This year, while preparing to put together their back to school wardrobe, I realized that my last “baby” has grown out of baby clothes 🙁 even though I’m so excited and proud to see all of them grow into amazing young men, my heart was a little crashed!
But then while browsing through the Carter’s new arrivals, I see the great news!! they now offer BIG KID clothes! up to size 14! Now I know I might be the only mom holding on for dear life to every single baby moment, every snuggle, in their sweet footy pajamas. In fact, I still have a pair of footy pajamas that all 4 boys have used! It’s a simple and oh so cute, timeless piece that I will always keep, from Carter’s!
With the new information on the big kid line, I took all of the boys with me to Carter’s and I was able to let them chose a few pieces that will be able to keep them cute and stylish! I love how you can mix and match a few different shirts with pants and shoes so that way I save some money!
The cutest thing ever was to hear my littlest picking a matching outfit with my oldest! Talk about melting my heart!
We started by picking some cool shirts, then cute and durable pants that would go with any of them, and lastly added shoes and accessories! easy as pie! And guess what? If you want to give Carter’s a try, here is a 20% off coupon just for you! Which you can combine with the amazing back to school fashion sale! 50% off no codes needed for that! Your back to school shopping just got so easy!
Build a back to school wardrobe-
- Chose fun and simple teeshirts that will go with anything.
- Pick a few pairs of shorts/pants that can be worn with any of the shirts.
- Pick out undies and socks! Enough for the week.
- Chose a comfortable yet stylish pair of shoes or two that they can use with their outfits.
And you’re done! Having simple and combinable pieces and not having too many options, helps the kids learn to chose their own outfits quickly each day, without complications. It’s great training for them to learn to make decisions for themselves and it frees up that little aspect for us parents to be able to focus on other things to help them.
Good luck getting those precious babies ready! All the best to you and your family on this new year! I can’t wait to hear about your adventures. Stay tuned to see where our learning will be taking us!