Here's a mom truth for you — between the water play, diaper explosions and meal-time spills, my 17-month-old goes through more wardrobe changes in one day than an A-list celebrity. What were once cute summer onesies now look decades old, even though I just bought them in spring. That's why I was ecstatic to see that Carter's is running a massive Fourth of July sale with items under $4. It's time to stock up on as many cheap clothes as I can get my hands on, because my lovable — but oh-so-messy — nugget is going to need them!
Carter's Fourth of July sale is going on now and prices have been majorly slashed on a ton of sweet summer frocks and shoes. Of course, you can expect to see red, white, and blue duds on clearance since the store is probably clearing out that inventory before the holiday. But there are also sun hats, pajamas and sleep bags, bibs, wash cloths, and more marked down. I'm a sucker for baby overalls and rompers, and Carter's has thecutest ones included in this sale!
If you're hoping to score some major summertime deals before your Fourth of July activities get under way, you'll definitely want to check out these big deals for your little ones.
If you love taking your little man to the pool or beach, these super soft French terry cloth shorts — available in sizes newborn to 18-months —.are a must. How cute will he be strutting his stuff in the sand?
I love onesies that look like t-shirts. They do the double duty of looking a little more polished, while still covering that belly area (because a regular t-shirt will keep riding up no matter what you do). Pair this stripped polo with a pair of navy shorts and your little guys will look so dashing.
Is your little guy always leaving his shoes somewhere? There must be a phenomenon that explains this. Now you can stock up on a new pair for him for just $4. I especially love these shark-tastic slip-ons.
If your toddler is beyond exciting for the Fourth (like mine is), you need to get her this patriotic red, white, and blue tee. Sure it might have a short life, but since it's just $4, you can't feel guilty for snapping it up.