It’s sort of bitter-sweet when your daughter grows out of the adorable children’s clothes. No more outfits on tiny hangers that make you croon “ohhh…so adorable!” Of course, it’s nice being able to raid their shoes and closet too once they get older. Even though my daughter is beyond the size ranges for this boutique I still found something for us both, and some great holiday ideas for my nieces. Today is all about AnaBanana Kids.
There are some cute pajamas and hair bows, but this isn’t everyday play clothes: think holidays, special occasions, or a little spoiling by aunts & grandmas.
Need a gift? They have nice selection of crafty toys and hair accessories. You can also have bags and blankets personalized.
Looking for holiday trinkets? They have those too. I lucked out on a 50% off Halloween day. Although I bought the headband to wear answering the door for trick or treaters, my dog was willing to humor me for a minute!
And even though Halloween isn’t my favorite holiday, I did like my spider ponytail holder & my 7th grade daughter thought it was pretty cool too!
I’m not certain if the owner is also a photographer, or if they’re associated with a particular company, but there are gorgeous photos of children throughout the store. If you’re looking for a photographer, you may want to inquire about it at the store.
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8 W. Gartner ste. 148 (same plaza as Trader Joe’s)