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Back to school shopping for my kids is rather simple. They are required to wear uniforms which T, my middle school child, hates. Gabby and Noah aren’t old enough to care yet so honestly for me, uniforms are simpler. The way they are able to express themselves at school is through their shoes, and for the girls their jewelry and hair accessories. T even wears crazy colored mismatched socks. The boring colors of navy and white uniforms can be mundane so they mix it up by changing their shoes regularly.
All three of my kids have multiple pairs of shoes. Gabby favors tennis shoes and boots while T loves her boat shoes and Noah just likes anything that’s easy to slip on and comfortable. Since Gabby has Cerebral Palsy she can’t wear flip flops or most sandals. Crocs work best for her and tennis shoes that provide support and comfort.
While we were in Tennessee last month visiting family we saw the new line of Crocs school approved shoes at the department store and Gabby already has her eye set on the pink Hover Sneaker. The are simple and super cute!
The new line of Crocs for kids school aged K-8th grade are school approved on the outside by having close-toe and close-heel while keeping the summer comfort on the inside. They have come out with 13 new styles for boys and girls.
Crocs has a fun giveaway live on their site (no purchase necessary) to win a family vacation to San Diego! Don’t forget to visit and enter today.
Try to find the hidden Easter Egg within the video, click on it and see what happens!
Here’s a photo hint for you.