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Hooded Towel: Worth their Suitcase Real Estate on the Family Vacation

When packing for our 3 week New England Summer vacation, I allowed few luxuries. I knew at some point, with tired babies, I would end up as the pack mule for every single backpack and roller bag that we had brought along so I packed just enough to get us through four days without doing laundry. One of the few frivolous items I allowed was these adorable new hooded towels from Apple Park. The kids were obsessed with their cute characters and cozy goodness and I knew a little bit of comfort from home would go a long way. Of course they were a hit at the beach, the pool and bath time away from home, but I had underestimated how happy they made the homesick kiddos just used as a cozy blanket on long car rides and outdoor adventures. Sometimes it’s just nice to wrap yourself up in something familiar.

  • For Hugs 1 of 7

    They were perfect for giving hugs.

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  • Hiding 2 of 7

    They were perfect for hiding under.

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  • Cutest Monkey 3 of 7

    They were perfect for snuggling with Mama.

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  • Surprise! 4 of 7

    They will make your heart explode from cuteness.

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  • For Days on the Beach 5 of 7

    They keep you warm on the beach. 

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  • For Evenings on the Beach 6 of 7

    They keep your warm on evening walks to the beach. 

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  • For Fun! 7 of 7

    They were great for just having fun and laying in the sun.

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Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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