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DH thinks it is given that she'll likely only wear it one season. I don't agree. It's 4 coats in one: Outer layer, inner layer that is reversible and both put together. So, she should be able to wear it through the spring. Also, it has a removable hood, which I think is a nice feature. (If the Target website wasn't being stubborn right now, I'd post a picture.)
DH's thought is that she doesn't need something so nice because she won't be out in really cold weather too much. But, I know my parents (who are daycare), and they won't take her outside to play in the winter if she doesn't have a super-warm coat.
Please tell me if I'm wrong! Although, I'd hate to have to admit that to DH...
Re: Is $33 too much for DD's winter coat?
It is a bit much but honestly I would probably get it if I liked it enough. It sounds great It is hard to find a good deal on coats in the store right now. Even Old Navy is $30+. Of course, I want to buy him a $50 (or more) North Face jacket so who am I to talk?
I won't be buying that jacket by the way, I just want to buy it.
Eh, I might not spend that much at her age, only because likely it won't fit next year (ETA: Holly's coat from last year does fit her this year though--so it could happen!). But if it does double duty as a lightweight jacket, you're obviously getting lots more for the money.
Tell G that it's a fraction of the cost of the wedding dress you'll be buying her someday, so settle down.
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