My daughter will be 18 months old in a couple of weeks so I decided it was high time to pull out her 18-24 months clothing from my stash. Throughout the year I buy my kids clothes when I can get them for really cheap and then I store them in plastic bins in their closets.
My son doesn't have a ton of stuff because he is a boy (boy clothes are not very exciting to buy) and his growth has really slowed down so he stays in one size a lot longer. My daughter on the other hand has tons of stuff. I love buying her clothes- I dress rather boring so I am living out my inner fashionista through her. I know that one day she will hate everything I pick out for her so I am taking full advantage of her inability to disagree.
So, here is what I found:
3 long sleeve shirts
2 short sleeve shirts
2 long sleeve shirts
1 shot sleeve shirt
1 long sleeve shirt (hand me down)
1 pair of pants (hand me down from son)
1 long sleeve shirt
Anything short sleeved will be layered with a long sleeve shirt or a sweater (which is how I get more mileage out of clothing).
My daughter is pretty much set for the winter but if I find more cheap deals then I will get her more stuff. My son is also set for the winter. Yeah for me! Now where is my completely new wardrobe?