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VTech Strum and Jam Kidi Musical Guitar Band VTech Strum and Jam Kidi Musical Guitar Band
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In guitar mode, strum the strings or create awesome sounds with the whammy bar. In drum mode, simply flip over the whammy bar and bend up the handle to reveal a cymbal and drum. Your little rock star can jam all day long with the Strum & Jam KidiBand by VTech. Switching between guitar, drums and keyboard, your child will learn about musical creativity and imitative play with 12 different songs and melodies. Your little rocker can play a whole set… and then get ready for an encore. The Ultimate Preschool Musical Experience The Strum & Jam KidiBand leads to some fun jam sessions. Strum the guitar, beat the drums and the play keyboard along to 12 popular kids' songs and melodies with this 3-in-1 music toy. Your preschooler will play in rock, hip-hop and jazz styles or make their own songs in freestyle mode. A cool whammy bar, guitar strings and fun effects spark their creativity while cheering audience sounds build their self-esteem. Don't forget to tap the cymbal for an unforgettable finish. Rock out and learn on the guitar, piano and drums. Developmental Benefits Cool sound effects, freestyle mode and audience applause encourage musical creativity. Easy-to-transform, 3-in-1 playing options provide fun and independent play. Twelve popular kids’ songs and melodies and three different music styles encourage listening and repetition.Pretend guitar, keyboard and drum kit foster imaginative play Top Features 3-in-1 toy music band: guitar, piano and drumsGuitar strings, whammy bar and star buttons add realistic guitar sounds and fun sound effects3 different musical styles: rock, hip-hop and jazzRock out in freestyle mode or play along to 12 popular kids’ songs and melodiesRemovable guitar strap allow for easy fun on the goParent-friendly features include volume control and automatic shut off


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Awesome Early Brass

Back to school style brainstorming help?

I have always sucked at making a list for back to school clothes and accessories (and shoes, let's not forget shoes). I need your guy's help to tell me any and all ideas you have, even if they seem crazy. I'm open to almost anything that covers my body so just tell me. The cheapest stores you can think of would also be great. Detailed answers would be awesome!

Thanks guys!!
Sorry, I always forget to mention, I'm a bit preppy and I love skirts and dresses.

You need a couple plain, fitted t-shirts. Even if it's not really your style, their something that you don't have to worry about matching shoes or pants, whatever. If you wake up late, just throw on some jeans, a t-shirt, sandals/boots/whatever and you're good to go!

Next, you need a couple semi-dressy shirts. Flowy, soft shirts, button down shirts, the kind of things you see in fashion magazines. Nothing completely crazy, though. I like to have three or four really nice shirts that I KNOW I look good in. That way, on days when I want to dress up but haven't put much thought into it I can go to them.

Next is jeans. I think you should have AT LEAST 3 pairs of jeans. One lightwash and two dark (or the other way around, whichever you prefer). I have two darkwash straight leg jeans, and one lightwash boot cut. I'm getting a pair of lightwash straight leg soon, though. Skinny jeans are always a must, I personally don't like the way they feel so I get straight leg, which are a bit looser at the ankle but look basically the same. You might one some colored jeans. I don't like anything crazy, but pastels like light blue and coral look REALLY good with flowy tops. Yellow can look good, too.

Next on my list is skirts/dresses. I say you need 5 skirts and 3 dresses. I'm a fan of the high-waisted skirts that are elastic on top and then kind of flair out. I also like soft, swingy, super pleated skirts. Body-con (I think that's what they're called, the tight skirts) look pretty good too, especially paired with a loose shirt. Dresses: if you like maxi-dresses, go for it! I personally am not a fan. I like dresses that come about to my knee, or a little higher. I pair them with a cardigan if sleeveless/spaghetti sleeves, or I get dresses with butterfly sleeves. Super cute!

You'll need cold weather clothes. I love cardigans! Sweaters are great, too! You need at least 8 long sleeve shirts, I think, and then jackets to go with your short sleeve/sleeveless tops. Blazers are pretty cute. Everyone needs their soft hoodie for lazy days! Over-sized, slouchy cardigans are a must-have, too! I have one, classic, navy-blue with white trim and brass buttons box cardigan. I LOVE IT! It kind of looks like a granny sweater, but I pair it with a nice shirt and jeans and I get a ton of compliments.

As for shoes, I don't know your dress code, but I LOVE sandals! Any kind, any color! I have gladiators, flip-flops, you name it, I have it! They go great with skirts, dresses, and skinny/straight leg jeans, too! I have them in white, black, coral, black with blue accents, you name it! Also, you need at least one pair of closed toed sneaker/type shoes. I have Sperrys, but I'm trying to branch out. I love Keds, too! Vans are okay, or TOMS, but I'm not the biggest fan. You also need boots! I have one pair of black, suede, knee-high boots, and they go with everything. I also have black leather ankle (combat like) boots, and I'm planning on getting some brown leather knee-highs this winter. They go with just about everything, too.

Next is accessories. I like to wear a long necklace with a pretty pendant/charm. Or, I'll put on a good bracelet. I have this really pretty pearl ring with jade in the middle that a family friend got me from Italy. I wear it at least once a week, I love it!

Here are my favorite, cheap stores: Forever 21, A'gaci, Charlotte Russe, Dillard's Macy's (a bit pricy, but not bad), Old Navy (they have good basics for dirt cheap), and other random places in the mall.

Whenever it's time to go back to school shopping I grab my mom early in the moring and go! Yeah, I shop with my mom. She's got the wallet, and will help me pick out clothes because she kind of knows my style. Then we meet at the dressing room and she hands stuff to me as I try things on. She'll go and get whatever she likes, which forces me to try things I may have not. Then, I find something I might like! So grab someone like that (mom, sister, best friend) and make a day of it!

Babynomics, a moustache, brass tacks with Caleb Schepart - baby blog #5 of ∞

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July 16th, 2002 at 7:17 pm

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