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Ready to indoctrinate your son into the wonderful world of the NFL? Or maybe you just think your baby will look darling in a green-and-yellow onesie at the next Packers game. Whatever your reasons for shopping for pint-sized athletic gear, here are five ideas for making a superfan out of your team’s littlest supporter.
5 Cute Ideas for Dressing Your Baby Like A Superfan
The most common way to express team loyalty, baby jerseys are just as authentic as their adult counterparts, except they’re usually made of softer fabrics and without any buttons to chew and swallow. Put a big 12 on your child’s back to infuse them with the spirit of Tom Brady!
2: Baby Sleeper
Send your child into dreamland while they rock the crimson tide of Alabama or the blue stripes of the Yankees. These soft, silky sleepers are perfect for both bedtime at home or catching a nap during a long road trip to the Super Bowl.
3: Cleat Slippers
Is anything cuter than a pair of cleats on a baby who can’t even walk? They aren’t real, of course, out of deference to your child’s health and growth, but they certainly look the part. They’re even customizable in team colors. They’ll also keep small toes warm and toasty during a snowy game or outdoor event!
4: Polo Dresses
Perfect for daughters and nieces, polo dresses can turn any little girl into a tiny cheerleader. Put her in red stripes for the 49s; turn her into an orange beacon for the Bears. Throw in a few non-tinsel pom-poms and you’ll create your very own photo op! As a bonus, polo dresses are also quick and convenient for emergency diaper changes.
5: Mascot Hats
Protect your baby’s ears during chilly weather with appropriately-themed headgear. The Baltimore Ravens will come with long flappy wings on a dangle hat; the Minnesota Vikings will offer soft horns protruding from a fuzzy cap. No matter what your team mascot, their hats will be fashionable, functional and downright adorable!
These are just a few ideas for dressing up your baby before the big game; you can find many more at sites like BabyFans.com. Whether you’re passing on a deep childhood appreciation of your favorite team or just putting them in a dolphin hat for kicks, the important thing to remember that you’re doing it all out of love. One day, your child will look back on the pictures and smile.
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2 days only! Tea Collection’s Friends & Family Sale.
Nothing better than spreading love to friends and family, and that is just what Tea Collection is doing! For just two days only (4/22 and 4/23) you can receive 20% off everything on Tea Collection during their Friends & Family Sale. Take advantage of the sale and pick up twirly dresses, colorful Tees and sweet baby items for summer. Also check out Tea’s new sporty selection of swimsuits for your little water bug. Feel free to tell your friends and family, because there is always enoughTea Collection love to go around.
Since my husband and I have had children our vacation’s have always been centered around them. You know your typical family destinations like Disney World. We have always talked about when they get older we would travel just the two of us, well and make up for not having a honeymoon.
One place we would love to go visit is Puerto Rico. Yes, we do live in sunny South Florida but it does not compare to the Flamenco Beach in Culebra, often cited as one of the best beaches in the world. The water is crystal clear and I could soak up the sun for days. Talk about relaxation.
My husband on the other hand is more of an adventure seeker.
Puerto Rico is so diverse, there is so much to do for everyone to enjoy!
We could visit the only rain forest under US national park service, El Yunque, horse back riding or check out the magnificent Camuy caverns that runs through the 3rd largest subterranean river in the world.
One thing I know he would enjoy is the golf courses. He has always wanted to play but has never had the chance. Who would not enjoy golfing right along the beautiful coast? That would be such an amazing expirence for him.
There is nothing like a good grilled cheese sandwich. It is one of those comfort foods that you can whip up in seconds and hit the spot.
Perfect for lunch, dinner or even a quick snack. What I love most? They are so versatile! Whether it is a combination of cheese or even a spread or vegetable. You can add almost anything to a good old fashioned grilled cheese sandwich to jazz it up and make it your own.
I have the most delicious grilled cheese sandwich recipe round up for you to check out.
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Happy Friday! Unlike most of the country I think, my kids did not have their spring break this week. They only have off today so we are enjoying it. We will be dying our Easter eggs, making some Easter cupcakes and watching Frozen for the thousandth time :).
We will have a quiet Easter this year, just us. I love watching the kids hunt for eggs and then we normally have a big family breakfast. My kids are strange they will only eat Ham on special holidays so we do a holiday breakfast instead. I love that I do not have to spend all day in the kitchen this year and am looking forward to just hanging out with my husband and the kids.
Since I did not have a huge feast planned and no guests coming my shopping should have been on the lighter side. Well, since the ad ran for over a week I decided to do a few stock up’s this cycle. Over my budget again but my baking section is fully stocked with goodies.
Here are my totals this Easter week:
Spent – $121.86
Saved – $144.97 or 54%
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