Does your child get dressed by themselves? It’s an important developmental milestone and self-care skill. Adaptive clothing makes it easier for children with special needs to learn the skill of getting dressed.
It’s time to tackle cleaning your closet! I know you’ve heard it a thousand times before, but today is the day! Pull out those old sweatshirts and jeans. Don’t forget the bras missing one underwire! Those need to go too!
Lularoe Kerra Mae asked me to write a letter to Quincy about finding confidence in herself and choosing clothes that feel good. Kerra is also hosting a special LuLaRoe Pop Up the weekend of April 29th, and will donate $10 to the Washington Autism Alliance and Advocacy for every item sold. Kerra is also going to give one lucky reader a special LuLaRoe outfit with some of my favorite pieces!
The Fourth Trimester Closet Concierge provides a personalized service to help new moms navigate their biggest style hurdles to help them look and feel great during this time of transition.
Thanks prAna for sending me new sustainable clothing in exchange for this post! While I’m sitting in my living room, pondering the billionth day of rain this winter, the kids are climbing the walls, the cats are growing restless because there is no warm patch of sun on their catio, and I’m oh so tempted […]