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    Default Upgrading wardrobe for kids.

    Well im thinking of going thru the girls clothes and donating and upgrading. But i don't know where to start! i haven't ever done a full redo.. have you? where did u start? how many pairs of pjs shorts and shirts have Ur kids got and what's to much?

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    Default Re: Upgrading wardrobe for kids.

    I haven't ever done a full re do but when I clean their wardrobes out I just toss what they don't wear and what doesn't fit.
    I give all the good stuff to charity and chuck the rest.

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    Default Re: Upgrading wardrobe for kids.

    Yea that's my plan. just not sure on what to buy them to replace. Maybe i should put a number on how much im going to spend on each girl and go for it.

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    Coz i have two boys, normally everything too small for my 4 year old goes straight to my 2 year old. Then I just see what he needs more of. Last month I got him a few new shorts as he didnt have any, this week I took him out to buy 2 new tops. Not much but it helps to just see what he has and hasnt got. Coz summer is coming, he needed summer clothes so thats what he got. After Xmas I want to take him again to the shops so he can grab a few extra things like shoes and more clothes. Its a constant battle coz they grow so quick

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    Default Re: Upgrading wardrobe for kids.

    same but there is a huge jump between the sizes so sum of dd1 clothes go in a bag for a few years before getting to dd2. might just get a few outfits and see how the week goes then get more from there


 

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