Purple Patches

A few months ago I complained about how it wasn’t hot… well it certainly is now!   If my kids are outside there is usually some sort of water activity involved – inflatable pools, water tables, water balloons, and/or Super Soakers. Therefore I typically have them in comfortable lightweight clothes!

I first found the rainbow romper for M.   She loves how soft it is.  I will say I worried about her ability to go to the bathroom (maybe TMI) but she can navigate the snaps quite easily on the shoulder.  Then I stumbled upon the matching tee for H.  Score!

Lilac Rainbow Patch Romper / source: Target
Lilac Boy Patch Tee / source: Target
Neon Boy Orange Shorts (similar pair)/ source: Carters
Natives “Miles” Shoes / source: Nordstrom

Hawaii Here We Come

I can only wish we were going to Hawaii.

The kids had Hawaiian Day at school for spirit week.  Which means the perfect excuse to find adorable matching Hawaiian gear… am I right?!?

These not only fit the theme but would be perfect for any summer vacation and are not expensive!

Volcano Print Pocket Polo \ source: Target
White Native Shoes \ source: Nordstrom
Island Dress \ source: Target
Mary Jane Jellies \ source: Old Navy

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