These Boots Were Made For…

My son’s name is Hunter.  Clearly Hunter boots were made… for him, right?

I hope you all were far more successful with the launch of the Hunter line at Target than I was.  I came up completely empty handed both online and in store.  I had been spying these two for a while and at $25 each they seemed like a steal!

The reviews on quality seemed to be mixed for the Target line however.  So if you can wait for a good Nordstrom sale, you can always get the originals at not that much more (which is the route I’m going).  I’m loving the black for H and the pink for M.

Original Hunter's for Kids at Nordstrom

Striped Hunter Boot – Blue \ source: Target
Striped Hunter Boot – Pink \ source: Target
Hunter ‘First Gloss’ Rain Boot – Little Kids \ source: Nordstrom

Fishy Finds

Oh Target.  Seriously my entire life is one big Target ad.  I’m sure this blog will just further prove this fact to me (and all of you).

Browsing through the Cat & Jack line today I stumbled upon the cutest matching outfits that I just HAD to have.   Check out my fishy find!

Perfect for that summer beach vacation!

Toddler Boy’s Shirt \ source: Target
Girl’s Maxi \ source: Target
Toddler Girl’s Dress \ source: Target
Girl’s Headband \ source: Target

Keeping It Close To Home

For my very first post I’m going to keep it real to Kansas City.  If you live anywhere near here you are more than likely to see that familiar heart bearing KC in the middle.  That’s right, I’m talking about Charlie Hustle.

These shirts not only represent some city pride with a vintage flair but are super comfortable and offer cute options that will fit even the tiniest Kansas City fan.

KC Heart Tees \ source:  charlie hustle

Hey you can even buy matching shirts for the whole family and the best part… you can pass them down!  The blue and red KC heart shirt that Hunter is wearing in the second picture was actually Maddie’s when she was younger.  Can’t beat recycling!