And Bennett. My sweet, oldest son. I actually have a lot to say about this. If you have been following around here for a while, then you will know that Bennett has been struggling with a variety of developmental delays. And for the past 2 years, we have been trying to find some answers as to what is really going on. We've recently (finally!!) had several appointments with not only a pediatric psychologist, but also a neuropsychologist. And Philip and I will be going in next week to go over the results of all of the many assessments and evaluations Bennett has been through. Cross your fingers we'll get some answers! I will try to update here on the blog after the appointment and fill y'all in.
Okay onto a lighter subject! I have been stocking up their closets with new clothing, because man, these kids grow like weeds. They literally don't stop growing. Especially Bennett, he doesn't fit into a single pair of jeans he wore last year. What the heck is that about? So we went to H&M and I bought him 5 new pairs. So that should do it in the pants department. As for Easton, well, he gets a lot of hand me downs. But the thing that isn't being handed down very much, is shoes. Not only do Bennett's old shoes not fit Easton very well (the kid has some fatty feet!), but my boys tend to destroy their shoes. Especially in the Summer time.
So new shoes for everyone!
|I was provided these pairs of shoes c/o Rack Room Shoes, for the purpose of this post. All opinions are my own.|
I will never get tired of picking out clothes and shoes for these guys. I'm going to be sad when they stop letting me choose their wardrobe. lol But I know that day is coming. In the meantime, though, I'm going to take full advantage!
So my recommendations for back to school gear? H&M for clothing, and Rack Room Shoes for all of your footwear. Rack Room Shoes will be hosting it's annual Shoes That Fit campaign, which empowers customers to give back to their local community. Customers can add a donation at the register in-store, or online to provide at-risk children in their own community with new shoes for the upcoming school year. I think that's pretty neat, and something we should all consider while doing our back-to-school shopping! :-)