Stay Warm and Bundle Up with Rothschild Children #HolidayGiftGuide


Living in Atlanta, you never know what the weather will be like for winter...
Two years ago, we were knocked on our butts with the ICE STORM that was completely nuts, shutting down the entire city...   Last year, we basically did not even have a winter.  Yes, we wore pants, but there was never a huge need to have jackets/gloves and what not...

With Broxton being in school this year, I wanted to make sure we were prepared for whatever weather would come our way.  I was on a website, Rothschild Kids, looking at the different jackets they had available and I was impressed at the selection and prices! 
The thing that caught my eye was that it looked thin enough to not be complete torture for my hot natured son (we all are actually, but I was only looking to get him a jacket for now) but it had a fleece lining to make it warm on the chilly days....
I ordered Broxton the Outdoor Adventurer Jacket in size Medium (Size 5-6) as I did not want to get it and it be too small on him.  He is in size 4 now, with some coming up a bit short on him.  This jacket appears to be true to size, as it is a bit big on him.  That works for us!!! It fits him great, but it is a tad too long, but that is really the only thing.  I do LOVE that the hood doesn't have the strings to tighten around his face.  It is made to have a couple area's that cinch closed, but there is no need for a string.  I love this.. I am not a fan of the strings, so this made me happy! 
Another thing that I love?  The wrists.  It has Velcro on each wrist to tighten them up as to not allow any cold wind to get in and chill their little arms.  I used it to tighten the sleeves up so that the fact that the jacket was a little long would not have an impact on Broxton when he wore it.
The color I chose was grey, black and green.  The black and grey allows for it to be worn with anything.. and the green makes me feel better when it is grey and drab that you can still see the child in the dreary day! 
The jacket comes with two pockets on the front and it even includes a loop inside to hang it up on a hook when not in use.  Oh, did I mention that it is wind and water resistant? 
Rothschild Children also has several other jacket styles for boys... Don't even get me started on the simply adorable jackets for little girls... from puffer jackets to the cute quilted toggle jacket
If you are looking to purchase a jacket for someone... Take the time to look at Rothschild Children, head over now... they have great prices and as of this morning, they had a discount code listed at the top of their website to save 20%.   (I am not sure how long this will be valid, so hurry over now!)

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  1. If you lived here or I lived there I could hand over all of Isaak's clothes he's getting out of. They'd probably fit Broxton perfectly.

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  2. Love the quality of their coats, they last a long time!
    Just headed over to their facebook page and they are donating 50 cents for each facebook like to the American Red Cross.. Hats off to them for this worthy cause.

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