When my boys were itty bitty, I had so much fun dressing them up in cute sweaters, dress shirts, and jeans. I was able to pull this off for the first two years of their lives, and then things changed.
They soon found their voice and told me loud and clear what they wanted to wear everyday.
“Where are my sweat pants,” my eldest demands every morning. Reluctantly I pull them out from under the cute corduroys, khakis and jeans he only wore a year ago.
Even the little one is declaring his independence demanding particular t-shirts.
It’s difficult to find stylish sweat pants and t-shirts. To be honest they can get a little boring, but thanks to the Old Navy baby and kids sale we were able to find something to fit everyone’s style and price.
Shopping with the boys can be an adventure, but I learned the hard way it’s better to bring them along. Since they REALLY know what they like, they want to be the one to pick it out. “I do myself” was heard over and over again from my tiny redhead.
E found the perfect sweatpants, and the cargo pockets gave them a dressier look, which I appreciated.
Of course we couldn’t pass up the plethora of Angry Birds t-shirts.
And once the munchkin saw the Lightning McQueen t-shirt, loud squeals could be heard throughout the store.
I even bought him a cute pair of jeans, since he hasn’t jumped on the “all sweatpants all day” bandwagon just yet.
While their styles might be different there is one thing they can agree on, a comfy pair of PJs makes bedtime a little bit better.
And styling my boys the way they want and with great prices too, well that makes this mama sleep better too.
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