What He Wore Back To School Makeover – #MyONStyle

This week’s What I Wore post is going to be a little different… more of a What HE Wore type of a thing!  And by he, I mean, my 6 year old son.  Getting the kids ready for back to school time is a big deal at our house, especially because for the first year ever, I now have to school aged children.  Well one preschool aged child, but she will be of to school each and every day this year!   I wanted to share a little bit about a recent back to school shopping trip at Old Navy with you that was tons of fun for me and the kids.  What I wore Wednesday this week is all about my little Man’s back to school makeover at Old Navy where kids multiply there style and get everything they need at a great price!

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Summer Fun – Tie Dye T-shirts With The Kids

Summer is quickly coming to an end I realize that this summer has been packed full of nonstop fun with the kids!  Thanks to our summer fun list and all of the fun summertime activities we were never really at a  loss for something to keep us busy.  One of my favorite summertime activities to do with the kids is make tie-dye shirts.  This is a little project that we have done every summer since they were very little, and it has become a super fun tradition!  They love to create the shirts, and then they have a fun play ans sleep shirt to wear all summer long too!  We also find it is a great way to spruce up faded white shirts, dingy onesies, and even socks that cold use some TLC.  Turn drab white kids clothes into stuff that is fun to wear.

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Summer Fun Activity – Kid Decorated Play Shirts

Finally, summer is here in all of it’s glory, and for this stay at home mom it is the absolute best time of the year!  It means time with both my kids, the freedom to play all day, late nights, snuggles and sleeping in.  I am relishing the opportunity to have my little lovlies with me all day again.  Along with having them home all day comes the responsibility of keeping them busy, entertained, and creatively teaching them throughout the summer months.  We use our summer fun list as a guideline for things we wan to do, explore, and learn more about each summer.  Here is one of our summer fun activities that lets the kids get crafty and then wear their artwork proudly!  A few supplies and a plain white shirt are all you to allow your kids to make their own play shirts for the summer!

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Recycle Kid’s Outgrown Clothes Into Play Pillows

Ever catch your child running around in a way too tight shirt that you know they dug out of the “too small” bin in the basement?  They promptly tell you that the shirt fits just fine even though their belly is sticking out, and they can bearly fit their arms into the sleeves.  You know those favorite shirts that they just can’t seem to get enough of!  Here is a way that I have discovered to make those favorite shirts last just a little bit longer.  Instead of packing them away or donating the kid’s favorite outgrown clothes I love to make them into little pillows that they can use for play.  They are perfect for dolly cribs or for their favorite stuffed animals to use in their beds.  They get to see their favorite shirt everyday and play with it too.

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Bleached Out Super Hero T-Shirt – A One Dollar Project

Here is a quick and super cheap project that you can do for the little super hero in your life.  With a few simple supplies that you probably already have in your house and a dollar store t-shirt you can create this bleached out batman t-shirt that any little boy would love.  In a small amount of time and with just a few simple steps your super hero type boy can sport his very own batman logo any time he wants.

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Making Getting Out The Door For School Easier

The switch from lazy summer days with no set schedule to the hussel and bussel of getting out the door and of to school is a challenge for a lot of families.  To make getting out the door for school easier we have a little system using closest organizers that takes the guess work out of getting dressed for school.  It’s a simple idea but has really saved a lot of headaches for our family. Continue reading “Making Getting Out The Door For School Easier”