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Not An Impossible Challenge: Getting Your Kids to Care About How They Dress

At some point, most children will reach a point where they care greatly about their appearance. That often coincides with the time when they first start to be romantically interested in others. While most mothers aren’t exactly looking forward to the latter eventuality, it’s safe to say that most Moms love, it can be a hassle to get them to that point. After all, kids tend to be about two things at the pre-fashion age: comfort and convenience. They will gravitate to clothes that feel good when wearing them, regardless of how they look. And they also often prefer togs that are easy to put on, because kids have so much that they want to do that getting bogged down with getting dressed is a major issue for them.

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