We are celebrating the start of Spring at little english by creating a capsule of new Spring styles that are available exclusively online. From bright florals, to adorable plaids, this collection is the perfect way to kick-start your Spring.
The Fairway Plaid pieces feature a baby green and white plaid that would make anyone excited for the new blooms of Spring. Baby boy will look precious in the Walker Bubble in Fairway Plaid. This bubble features a peter pan collar and button details at the chest.
For toddler boy, picking out an outfit is easy with the Walker Short Set. This set includes a peter pan shirt and white twill shorts for a go-to Spring outfit.
For big boy, we love the Button Down Shirt in Fairway Plaid paired with Classic Short in Pebble Twill for a polished look.
For girls, the Spring Floral pieces make for beautiful coordinating looks among sisters. For baby girl, the Amy Bow Back Bloomer Set is an adorable two piece set that features a scalloped hem and bow on the top with matching bloomers.
For toddler girl, the Nantucket Dress is fitted with a white peter pan collar, pink piping, and a sash. It also makes for a great Easter dress!
Big girl will look stunning in the Spring Floral Flutter Dress. With delicate ruffles on the sleeves and pink piping, the Flutter Dress is the perfect Spring dress for big girl.
Looking for an interactive craft to do with your children? Growing Spring flowers in a DIY sprouting kit is a great way to get your children excited for Spring as well as giving them the satisfaction of watching sprouts grow into beautiful flowers.
What You’ll Need
Cardboard Egg Carton
Potting Soil Seeds
Cut a cardboard egg carton in half. An adult should supervise or help young children with this step.
Add potting soil to the individual egg cups in the carton. Have your child use one finger to create a hole in the center of each cup. Place one seed in each hole.
Cover with soil. Spray the soil and newly planted seeds with water. Place the egg carton on a tray and keep it in a warm light-filled location indoors until the seeds begin to sprout.
Remind your child to water the seeds every day or as directed on the seed package. The soil should stay very moist.
Once the seeds have sprouted into seedlings your child can transfer them outside or to a larger pot and watch them grow!
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