Spring with OshKosh
(This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of OshKosh B'gosh; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.)
Changes in the weather make me so happy. We live in a place where we get to enjoy the vast differences of all four seasons. I love a good, hot summer, enjoying popsicles and splash pads with the kids. When fall rolls in, I eat all things pumpkin and drive through the mountains to see the changing leaves. Winter makes me giddy with snow activities, Christmas music, hot cocoa and fireplaces snuggles... Then February hits and I curse winter. I curse it with a fist in the air! I dread leaving my house and toting kids around in freezing temps. I get so sick of snow clothes and layering the whole family up just to run out to preschool. Being a raised California girl, my attitude gets a little nasty when winter lingers... so when spring arrives... I welcome it with open arms and a grateful song! Spring, I love you with an unwavering heart.
As I mentioned in our last blogpost, we are full-throttle spring cleaning! While I am thoroughly enjoying spring cleanliess, my kids do need new clothes as they are growing like little weeds. So I've teamed up with OshKosh B'gosh to share some adorable and affordable ideas on how to prepare for spring clothing. Now that it's warming up, break out the Tee's and shorts! Sweaters and shoes, optional. ;)
Back when I just had baby Scarlett, I got these white collapsable shelves to keep us organized. I've found that these are the best way for me to conserve space and see all of our clean options for the day. Also, when the shelves are getting low it's my reminder that I should probably do a load or two of laundry. ;) We really only use dressers for blankets and toys now.
As I've been cleaning the little compartments out, I've realized that we are low on spring options. These last few months, my kids have all undergone big-little growth spurts. Welles is my slowest grower and even his clothing is getting tighter and shorter. All three of them wear the heck out of their clothing so I look to brands like OshKosh that are affordable and have fun, kid-fashion options. I even got Scarlett's Easter dress from them this year.