Save money on fun Irish attire for your kids
By Aimee Heckel
If you can get over the beer part, it’s almost like St. Patrick’s Day was designed to delight children. There’s the loud clapping and the stomping. The bouncing curls. The colorful, textured clothing. The upbeat music. Singing and dancing.
March is still a great month to introduce your kids to the Irish culture — and maybe drop in on some local Irish step dance classes or performances. There are many ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day without pub crawls and green beer.
And then there are the clothes. Bow ties and tuxedo jackets and shamrocks.
Here are a few cute Irish clothing ideas for kids, and how to save money on them, too.
Sweet and simple: This green onesie from Walmart reads, “Wee lad.” And it’s only a wee bit of gold coins, too: $10. Save money with these Walmart coupons, plus get 2 percent Cash Back from ShopAtHome.com. Read more articles about saving money at Walmart here.
Go all out with a leprechaun costume, like this one, pantaloons and all, from Wholesale Halloween Costumes for $22.90. Don’t forget to buy the beard separately. Even the littlest munchkins can find a leprechaun costume in their size. Including a green tuxedo jacket, dickie and green bow tie. Good luck keeping the top hat on your baby — but at least the intention is ridiculously adorable.
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Pregnant this St. Patty’s Day? Try this punny T-shirt from Walmart, via Cafepress: “Irish I could drink.”
Pick up an Irish step dancing ornament or keychain or bumper sticker. Cafepress even sells step-dance themed duvet covers. For creative decor of your house, get a 12-pack of these Irish step ornament from Walmart for just over $100. Ornaments don’t need to just be limited to Christmas time.
Save money on other gear for your babies and kids with these coupons.
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