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Here’s the thing with kid shoes: you can look at the and think, “Oh, those are nice!” You can have your kids walk around in them and ask them, “do those feel comfortable?” You can have the shoe attendant measure their foot, and you can press on their big toes when they’re standing up to see if the shoe fits. But no matter how many different ways you have of testing the fit, you’ll never really kno... »
Clare’s favorites part of going back to school has always been back-to-school shopping, and this year the event was more important than ever—after all, she was going into the third grade! She was excited to compare her new clothes, shoes and accessories with her friends’, just as she had every other year, and she was secretly hoping that everyone would “ohh” and “ahh” over HER outfits this year in... »
Back to school shopping is just a few weeks away and you know what that means: trying to find the balance between practical and “cool” with your very strong-headed, very opinionated children. We’ve been there, done that – and we’ll be right there with you to do it again this 2014-2015 school year. However, we’re hoping that with Stikii as an option, we’ll be able to save you a little bit of troubl... »
Polka dots and stripes. Tutus and superhero capes. Pink paired with green and purple with yellow. When you let your children dress themselves, there is no end to the colorful and wacky combinations you’ll get. As a parent myself, I’ve seen it all. Yet, while the first tendency is to tell your bedecked child that no, you can’t go to the grocery store in a Hello Kitty shirt, Minnie Mouse skir... »
“Oh, he’d wear a cape to school if I let him…” Or: “My daughter would wear a tutu and a pair of cowgirl boots to class given the choice.” I hear sentiments like these all the time—parents who think that their children’s wardrobe choices are funny, albeit creative, but they’d never in a million years let them actually wear them out in public. After all, what would all the other kids... »