hooray for spring

Kids clothes are so stinking cute. I can’t tell you how many times something has cropped up on my Pinterest feed or I’ve seen a blog post and flipped at the awesomeness of something before realizing it was made for tiny humans and I could not, in fact, get one for my own closet (I know, I’ve talked about this before).

This is tragic. But luckily for me, I have two tiny humans who can wear the super cute things I squeal over. Right now, I’m totally feeling the spring stuff.

hooray for spring

Yesterday was beautiful. We had the windows open. We went out jacket free. We talked about planting flowers and making a fairy garden. It was glorious—and it better not have been a cruel April Fool’s Day joke from mother nature (can you see me shaking my fist? Because I’m shaking my fist).

I want SPRING! And I want to wear springy clothes! I’m talking shoes without socks. I’m talking lighter weight shirts with just a cardigan and a scarf. I’m talking bright colors. I’m talking NO MORE CRACKED HANDS!

Are you with me?

I’ve decided that even if the warming trend is not an actual trend, I’m going to start dressing myself (and my girls) as if it is to try and will spring into existence.

Sound good? Good. Because I found a ton of unbearably cute pieces to work into your kid’s spring wardrobe. Even better is the fact that a couple of these goodies are available for adults too. SCORE!

kids spring fashion

Whistle and Flute Kawaii cloud t-shirt (adult pullover version) | 2 Gap bunny dog tee 3 Gymboree lemon slice necklace | 4 Peek smiley tee | 5 Candy Kirby Designs leggings 6 Old Navy spring outfit | 7 Gap floral skinny jeans | 8 Old Navy shirt and bow tie set
9 Geo Fox Apparel tomboy chic tee (adult version) | 10 Old Navy bunny t-shirt 11 Gap raglan tee | 12 Thief and Bandit organic animal leggings (similar adult version) 13 Passive Juice Motel tshirt | 14 House of Mia hot air balloon leggings

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.