Kids’ Clothes, Shoes, and Gear for Summer: The Mom Hour, Episode 158

The weather is warming up and everybody’s clothes are too small–time to talk summertime clothes, shoes, and gear for kids! Meagan and Sarah share our go-to tips and favorite brands for keeping kids comfy, cool, and affordably dressed during the summer. Join us!

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Queue It Up!

We picked an episode from the archives to listen to when you’re done with this one! It’s Summer Shortcuts (Yes, We’re Really THAT Lazy), Episode 06 from June of 2015. Click here to play the episode right now!

 

2 Comments

  1. We used reusable swim diapers for my son. It worked great but we never had a poop incident. So much cheaper than reusable; especially if your doing parent and tot lessons. However you have to put them on close to water time because they don’t keep them dry.

  2. My kids have all loved their Sunday Afternoon Hats. Twins are almost 10 and still wear them. I can’t tell you how many people have stopped us in the summer months to ask about them.

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