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CLOTHING KIDS FOR THE SEASON
Speaker: This topic is about clothing kids for the seasons. Living on the East Coast, there's a lot of change in the -- changes with season and not necessarily always short. Forecast is 50 degrees, and ends up at 80, So--
Speaker: So, what we do, really every morning what I do is, I go online and I checkout at the weather.com, and I checkout the weather, hour by hour, and I am pretty obsessive about it. So I can tell you, what it is going to be like at four o'clock this afternoon .
Speaker: So, he'll say, alright, put the tuck sack on her.
Speaker: Tuck sack
Speaker: And not they not come off and easily foldable, stick it in her map sack, after school and she could be down for the short sleeves shirt. I mean he really is...
Speaker: Tuck sack is really great. You don't like that polar tuck type of thing. You can get them at Old Navy. Old Navy is a really good place to get them, and those things are really cool, especially if you are in New York City, because they keep your trunk warm. But you are on the subway all the time, so it's like 30 degrees for five minutes, and then you are on subway and it's like 68 degrees.
Speaker: Also you know the kids at the younger tolerate age, especially when they are playing with paint, mud or anything that will stain your clothes, cut the sleeves off, and you can make your own tuck sack.
Speaker: Yeah. I was just informed by Oona that, Oona how to use the rest room and that's another thing, that for little kids, especially kids going to Kindergarten or first grade, you really don't want to send them with a belt. You really want to do something, sort of elastic and also kind of lightweight, because the schools are warm, and you don't want your kid to get sluggish and warm in school. Wear something nice cottony, kind of light, so they can move around and kick around, and also with that elastic band, so they can just, just easily --.
Speaker: They are still learning their timings, so to speak.