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    Default Is it daggy to dress your kids in the same clothes?

    Ok, honest opinions...do you think it's daggy to put your kids in the same clothes? I have two boys, a 2.5yr old and a 10 month old.
    I was looking for Xmas outfits and picked up matching shirt and jeans but wasn't sure if it was too daggy.

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    I think it cute on rare occasions but weird if it was a everyday thing.

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    I don't but it a personal choice, I have a 7 year old and a 1 year old. I prefer them to be in individual clothing to their own tastes.

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    At that age no. My girls chose to wear the same clothes when they were around 3 and 6 but now hate being dressed the same (5 and 9).

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    Yes I think it is daggy

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    Daggy?- well yes but soooooo cute! I say do it!!!!

    I think we give our kids so much so it's totally ok you use them as a source of personal entertainment sometimes. I'm sure your mum dressed you in daggy stuff and you turned out ok.

    If it makes you feel better I have a son and I will be having a daughter in a few months. I can not wait to dress them in crazy coordinating homemade clothes..... I plan on using the Von Trapps curtain outfits as inspiration. 😂

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    Yes, but it doesn't stop me hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Daggy?- well yes but soooooo cute! I say do it!!!!

    I think we give our kids so much so it's totally ok you use them as a source of personal entertainment sometimes. I'm sure your mum dressed you in daggy stuff and you turned out ok.

    If it makes you feel better I have a son and I will be having a daughter in a few months. I can not wait to dress them in crazy coordinating homemade clothes..... I plan on using the Von Trapps curtain outfits as inspiration. 😂
    Haha! Love it!

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    Yes I think it's a little daggy, would be better if the shirt was different. Same jeans ok. But in all honesty just do what makes you happy

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    Ha ha! I don't care if it is. I've got a matching outfit, purely by accident, for both of our bubs aged 3 months and 2 yrs. I want a photo of them together in it for them to cringe at when they're older!


 

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