Disney Clothes Edition, plus odds and ends…
I took advantage of knowing this would be my last trip to Disney that I’d get to plan out Jack’s clothes. I won’t be making him wear this stuff when he’s 10. Or will I?
You can check out his clothes from 2012 here.
I had a really hard time narrowing it down because there are so many cute choices. I said this last time, or maybe I should have, but what your kid wears to Disney is not important and really doesn’t matter, I do this because I enjoy it and it is my way for preparing for the trip. Also, I kept a couple of the shirts, but have sold everything else, so no money lost.
My favorite outfit of the trip!
The blank shirt came from a sale from Smockadot Kids and another vinyl from Miss Morgan Designs. I love that I could customize the colors on the vinyl to match his shorts that he already had.
We carried this long-sleeved shirt around almost everyday because we never knew when it would be needed.
From Sweet Lil’ Designs on Etsy
Shorts are homemade.
This hoodie came in handy and he’s worn it through the Winter. I bought it somewhere cheap online, can’t remember, and had The Stitch Shop on Etsy applique it.
Here’s a little peak into my craziness.
I put together all of Jack’s outfits (socks, underwear, everything) for each day and labeled them. I don’t know that this was necessary or helped, but I did it the previous year, too.
I, also, had put together a stroller bag to make sure we had everything that first day without having to dig around for it.
Again, not necessary and I over packed the stroller. We didn’t pack that much in it as the week went on.
I bought out the Dollar Tree to make sure Jack would have something each night. He didn’t beg for it, but he likes light up stuff anyway, so I knew it wouldn’t go to waste.
Jack did pressed pennies this year, so I made a holder for him. I only needed a tiny piece of vinyl and didn’t want to buy a whole roll, so this is cut from a sheet of black duct tape from Walmart, instead.
We had the “free” dining plan while we were there, which is basically two meals a day, which we mainly used for lunch and dinner, so I packed Jack’s breakfast for each day. Each bag had a juice box, cheese crackers, granola bar, and a napkin. And probably fruit snacks, can’t remember.
I’ll be back to the daily posts tomorrow, don’t you worry.