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Avengers! Assemble! On a T-shirt!

I am in Target looking for Captain America.

My son, who is nearly 5, is obsessed with Captain America. He has a Captain America shirt that he wants to wear all. the. time. One morning, I ran the dryer with nothing in it except that shirt because I had been promising him for two days that I’d wash it so he could wear it to preschool. He told me he needed more Captain America shirts to wear every day.

Good idea, kid. Good idea.

So, I’m in Target looking for shirts that feature Captain America and I am not disappointed. The Avengers are all assembled here, on shirts, pajamas and even sneakers. I snap a bunch of Captain America clothes up to add to the pile of holiday gifts slowly growing in my closet.  Most of them from Target, if we’re being honest. There’s a Target about two minutes from my house and I drop in at least once a week. With two kids — one of them a baby who seems hell bent on breaking all records for outgrowing clothes — I always need something. Target is my go-to stop for hats, mittens, warm jammies, onsies, and, of course, character clothes for my big boy.

I add some baby socks, holiday garland and paper towels to my cart and I’m ready to check out.  I’m sure I’ve forgotten something, but no worries. I can always come back to Target.

Do you keep your family festively stylish during the holidays? We’re giving away three $50 Target giftcards to brighten the season! To enter for a chance to win, simply comment on this post with a personal tip on how you dress your children conveniently — and with style — during the holidays!

A big thanks to Target for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

Read more from Rebekah at Mom-in-a-Million, The DC MomsThe Broad Side Follow Rebekah on Facebook and Twitter too!

Photo credit: Target

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