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Big Brother, Big Sister, Tee Sale!

My three kids (ages 7, 4, and 2 years old) are all so very excited for their new little brother to finally arrive this coming January. We’re busy getting ready, planning ahead, and talking about what it will be like to be a “big sister” and “big brother” to a newborn.

One of the ways I make the arrival equally exciting for the big kids is to give them special shirts to wear when they visit hospital. Nothing says pride like wearing it in large letters on your chest. Am I right?

Today, I notice that my favorite “big brother” and “big sister” tees from Pluto were on sale for an amazing $11 a piece!

Of course I picked up each member of my crew one of these super cute tees as soon as I saw them on sale. Since I’m due the second week in January, I plan on wrapping these guys up and storing them under the tree.

A few of my favorite (on sale) Pluto onesies and tees:


  • Big Sister Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11 1 of 7
    Big Sister Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11
  • Birdies Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11 2 of 7
    Birdies Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11
  • Flowers Guitar Tee. Retail: $28, Sale: $12 3 of 7
    Flowers Guitar Tee. Retail: $28, Sale: $12
  • grrrrr onesie. Retail: $28, Sale: $12 4 of 7
    grrrrr onesie. Retail: $28, Sale: $12
  • Rock Star Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11 5 of 7
    Rock Star Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11
  • Big Brother Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11 6 of 7
    Big Brother Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11
  • Balloon Boy Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11 7 of 7
    Balloon Boy Tee. Retail: $26, Sale: $11

If you’re like me, and can’t wait for those first sibling photos to be snapped (in matching outfits, of course), hop on over to the mini social and pick up a few for yourself.

Sale ends Monday, so don’t drag your feet!

 

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