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5 Ways For Your Child To Wear Their ABCs

Learning your ABCs is just one of the many checkpoints that little ones reach during their toddler years, so why not provide a bit of encouragement via cute alphabet clothing? A perfectly justifiable excuse for purchasing more clothing if I do say so myself. You can just explain that, “little ____ needed this shirt! It’s going to help him learn his alphabet.” Case closed.

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    5 Ways For Your Child To Wear Their ABCs
    What better way to help your little learn their ABCs than by wearing them on a cute t-shirt? Click to see five of my favorite ways to wear ABCs!
  • ABC 123 T-Shirt 2 of 6
    ABC 123 T-Shirt
    This is just one of the many shirts that I am obsessed with in Kacie's lovely shop. You seriously need to check out ALL of her shirts.

    Purchase for $18.00 from Mamacase Prints on Etsy
  • Personalized Animal Alphabet Ts 3 of 6
    Personalized Animal Alphabet Ts
    Every letter of the alphabet comes on individual t-shirts. This one is the "X is for X-ray fish" shirt, but there is a "W is for Wolf", "R is for Racoon" and many other equally adorable options.

    Purchase for $24.00 from bioME5 on Etsy
  • Elemeno T 4 of 6
    Elemeno T
    A cute take on the frequently lumped-together-by-toddler letters: L, M, N, O, P.

    Purchase for $25.00 from Pluto Kids on Etsy
  • Alphabet Kid’s Tri-Blend T-Shirt 5 of 6
    Alphabet Kid's Tri-Blend T-Shirt
    All the letters of the alphabet combined on one cute t-shirt!

    Purchase for $22.00 from Hello Apparel
  • Kid’s Helvetica Alphabet T 6 of 6
    Kid's Helvetica Alphabet T
    A cooler and more modern take on the monogram, perfect in your little one's initial.

    Purchase for $16.00 from American Apparel


Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on TwitterFacebookPinterest and Instagram or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble. More from Lauren:

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