Yep. You read that right. My toddlers sometimes get their own version of Stitch Fix, and they actually love it. It’s called Sprouting Threads, and you can read all about it in this post. Before this, Emmy had received two Sprouting Threads boxes and Eli only one.
They see me taking my Stitch Fix Reveal photos often, so they are excellent at copying me. And, it’s also a possibility that we take daily photos in front of our brick wall. Since most of you love my Stitch Fix reveal posts, I wanted to share a little Sprouting Threads reveal with some matchy matchy goodness and fun summer vibes. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate and referral links. I receive credit when you sign up for Sprouting Threads using my referral and may receive a commission for clicks or purchases made when you shop from my blog. As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own!
Their first outfits are super comfy and bright and fun! I love the cozy tee shirt dress for Emmy. I don’t typically chose pink items for her, so it’s fun that this Tooby Doo dress has yellow and red mixed in. The little cotton shorts underneath are a fantastic idea, especially for a dress that she can easily play in.
Elijah adores this monkey top…we do call him monkey after all. All the clothing we have from Tooby Doo is super soft and washes up so nice. I like that the shorts are more of a chino-vibe, so I can dress them up for church. And they have an adjustable waist, which is super necessary for him.
The second set of summery outfits looks so great on my tiny humans’ skin tone.
I love the boho vibes and femininity of this Little Handprints dress. And it has pockets, which is perfect for Emaline and her need to carry tiny princesses around with her everywhere.
They wanted to show you the backs of their clothing. Emaline’s dress buttons up and has adjustable straps so I’m hopeful we can get two summers out of this beauty. Eli’s outfit is another from Tooby Doo and the shorts are cotton and sweatshirt like and super cozy. Eli wanted to be sure to note that his comfy shorts also have pockets.
Eli wore part of his Sprouting Threads outfit to church a couple weeks back. The sherbet orange color matched the plaid in his new h&m outfit perfectly.
I’ve passed on my love for subscription boxes to the tiny humans. And my affinity for taking outfit photos. If you want to sign up for Sprouting Threads for your tiny humans, you can sign up using my referral link (throughout the post) to receive $25 credit towards your first order! They currently offer sizes 2-8, but will be expanding to baby sizes and up to size 12 this fall.
Have you ever tried a subscription box for your toddlers? Let me know which one and how you liked it in the comments!