When you have a toddler who loves to be outdoors most of his waking hours, it’s good to find ways to change up the trip to the local park with something with a bit more adventure attached. We are fortunate to live right next to the Presidio and this is where we go when we’re looking for a good dose of adventure. Jackson comes alive when we take a hike, play tag, or sit and eat a picnic lunch. You don’t have to go out of town to have an adventure. Just try something new and your kiddos will love it.
Jackson is growing so fast and it’s nice to be able to buy clothes that won’t take a huge chunk out of our budget. I have come to depend on Old Navy for his wardrobe. The clothes are cotton, comfortable, and fun. He’s currently obsessed with animals and this shirt has him fascinated with the elephants marching in every direction. And to be honest, whenever I go into Old Navy, I end up with clothes for me as well. I kid you not, I get so many compliments on the things I buy there. My absolute favorite jeans this summer (just try to get me out of them!) are a pair of white jeans from Old Navy. I like them so much, I bought a second pair to put aside for next summer!
With our adventures, Jackson loves to wear his sandals that he can actually put on himself. When he wants to get outside, you know! He’ll hand you your shoes and put his jacket around his neck. What I love about the Old Navy clothes, is that they are fun but they also mix and match so nicely. We can use the same pants with several t shirts I bought there. The same is true for me. I can get so many outfits out of what I purchased there. When you are buying, just keep in mind choosing items in the same colors and tones. That way you can use them in a variety of ways.
I hope you find your own adventures with your kiddos this summer. These are the memories we’ll remember when they’re grown up and out on their own adventures!
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Photos by Suzanna Scott