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Kid Cartoon Coats

Yeah, yeah, your kid’s a special special snowflake. But their friends don’t care unless they’re repping the latest Disney/Marvel/Transformers gear. And if they’re not? Well, let’s just hope you didn’t name them anything that’s easy to rhyme.

inkycatz


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Stylish gear for the cold winter weather rolling in. So how do you get kids to keep their coats, hats and other accessories on? (I'm thinking of a child in particular that dislikes hats...)

I'm just hanging out, really.

AlinaG


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inkycatz wrote:Stylish gear for the cold winter weather rolling in. So how do you get kids to keep their coats, hats and other accessories on? (I'm thinking of a child in particular that dislikes hats...)



I go by the "let them figure out they're going to be cold if they don't wear it" philosophy. I guess it depends on where you live though.

However, I would like to know how warm these coats are. The city I'm currently living in routinely experiences temps of -20 during wintertime. I'm SO thankful I was living in a warmer place when my kid was going through the phase you're describing.

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These are very inexpensive. These would be great to purchase for a local kids coat drive. If you have a program like that in your community, this is a great way to give back.

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jpdelancey wrote:These are very inexpensive. These would be great to purchase for a local kids coat drive. If you have a program like that in your community, this is a great way to give back.



Agree completely! I bought 2 to give to a local elementary school coat drive!