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Matchy Matchy for the Holidays

matching the family with Target style.I always wondered that if I ever had twins, would I be one of those moms who would dress them up in matching outfits?

And I’ve probably given it far too much thought considering it’s a hypothetical scenario, but I think my answer is yes, maybe. No, I do not think I would dress them in matching outfit all the time, but probably for special occasions such as birthdays and holidays.

But then it dawned on me. Why should twins get to have all the fun? Just because my boys aren’t the same age or size, doesn’t mean they can’t match it up every now and again!

So I went to the best place I know to buy affordable and cute kids clothes for the holidays. You got it friends, I went to Target. Bound and determined to find a something that would be appropriate for both a baby and a preschooler, I knew Target wouldn’t let me down.

What I love best about their clothing selection is that they always have tons of mix-and-match separates in a wide range of sizes. Right now, baby Paul takes a size 12 month, and older brother Gage is wearing a 4T. And yes, there were tons of matching options in sizes 12 month and four toddler.

This weekend, we got dressed up in our Target finest to attend my older two girls violin recital. Both boys wore this fun cardigan (only $8), and dare I say they might have upstaged the show!

Thank you Target, you did not disappoint.

How about you? Do you ever dress your kids in matching outfits?

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.

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