It’s been awhile since Milan’s made an appearance on the blog. Things have been tough for us this year but we’re hanging in there. We got this.
Every parent I’ve ever spoken to has warned me about the “threeanger” stage and how it’s so much harder than the terrible twos. I didn’t believe it until I went through it. It’s no joke. The twos were actually way easier!
Today we are partnering up with Walmart to share this adorable back to school outfit for toddlers. I have to be honest, dressing Milan has become way more difficult now that she has her own personality and opinions. I used to be able to put her in anything at anytime with no problems. Now, she will decide what she wants to wear and how she will wear it (lol).
I’m so obsessed with all the kids clothes at Walmart. So many adorable items and this outfit is everything. I rarely find shorts that fit her little waist. These fit perfectly and didn’t slip down the whole day. Plus the pockets are functional! I can’t even with her hands in her pockets. 🙂
Milan is very particular about her shoes and I was thrilled when she liked these unicorn high top sneakers. She wanted to wear them right away and wouldn’t take them off. This girl likes shoes just like her mama! Ha ha. 🙂
Sizing runs true size and Milan is now a size 7. They’re super easy to put on/take of and very comfortable for active toddlers.
I recently bought a ton of clothes for Milan to wear to pre-school. So many great deals and the prices are amazing! Kids grow out of things so quickly – especially at this age! I can barely keep up these days! I also noticed her clothes get ruined easily at school so it’s nice that I can a whole batch of clothes without breaking the bank.
If you’re looking for back to school clothes and shoes for kids, Walmart has everything! Here are some other items I picked up and a few of my recommendations:
Click on any item you like!
I’m going to enjoy dressing her for as long as I can because I know the day will come when she won’t let me anymore. Let’s hope that isn’t any time soon. 🙂
Thank you Walmart for sponsoring this post.