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    I hate it. I have a friend who does it with her 6 and 4 year old and it annoys me. I don't know why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Am I the only one who sometimes looks at my son as I put him in the car on the way out and realise that we are pretty much wearing the same thing??? Usually jeans and same colour tee or both wearing something with navy and white stripe. Awkward!

    Can I just say that I am only into kids wearing matching outfits for a bit of a laugh on special occasions. Xmas is perfect. Other then that I agree it's a bit off- not great for developing individual identity etc etc....
    Yup. Sooo embarrassing. Or sometimes I don't even realise and a stranger at the park or the supermarket will say something. So bad!! Mummy's and sons aren't supposed to match!

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    Yep, totally daggy.

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    I think it's daggy and a bit awkward.
    I still remember my husbands reaction when we went to Disneyland and this family all had matching t-shirts made with disney characters saying "Anderson family vacation" or something like that. There was like 15 of them wearing jeans and this red shirt.
    My husband couldn't stand it and still talks about how embarrassing and daggy it was.
    Hahaha funny thing is there was more than one family doing it

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    I wish I could but have 8 year old girl & baby boy . Daggy but awesome lol

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    Yep, but that wouldn't stop me, I don't really care if people think I'm daggy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribbean View Post
    I think it's daggy and a bit awkward.
    I still remember my husbands reaction when we went to Disneyland and this family all had matching t-shirts made with disney characters saying "Anderson family vacation" or something like that. There was like 15 of them wearing jeans and this red shirt.
    My husband couldn't stand it and still talks about how embarrassing and daggy it was.
    Hahaha funny thing is there was more than one family doing it
    hahaha That is so awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribbean View Post
    I think it's daggy and a bit awkward.
    I still remember my husbands reaction when we went to Disneyland and this family all had matching t-shirts made with disney characters saying "Anderson family vacation" or something like that. There was like 15 of them wearing jeans and this red shirt.
    My husband couldn't stand it and still talks about how embarrassing and daggy it was.
    Hahaha funny thing is there was more than one family doing it
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    Im gonna make some for my family except we never go in holidays so it will hafto be "*last name* family shopping centre trip"

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    I can't wait to have another baby so I can dress them in matching clothes
    I wouldn't do it all the time but I do think it's super cute! A little daggy but cute daggy... And that's what parents are for
    My dp often dresses quite indi and will dress our ds similar so they often go out looking the same and I often dress rock and dress ds the same so we can be matching too
    We don't always do this but we looove dressing him up in stylish clothes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
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    Im gonna make some for my family except we never go in holidays so it will hafto be "*last name* family shopping centre trip"
    I'm dying. Please do this. You have to do this for me.

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