More to Love with Gymboree and #MadeYouSmile

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Did you know there are all new reasons to love Gymboree? Gymboree has always been a brand of clothes my children love (and I love them on my children!). They have found a way to improve on their great brand and give you more reasons to smile!

What’s New?

• Everything! But Gymboree’s fresh take on style is especially exciting—they’ll still have a kid sensibility, but now with a modern sense of style.
• The new pieces are now endlessly versatile and mixable, creating big possibilities for kids to create their own looks.
• Dialed up the comfort, softness and attention to detail in each piece—Gymboree want to be known for great quality once again!
• The best kids’ jeans ever—super comfortable, soft and durable.
• More for baby with the coziest, comfiest fabrics, more neutrals and modern details.
• Most importantly, Gymboree is making all these changes for you. Gymboree asked modern moms and families what they wanted most for their kids’ clothes, and they delivered. Gymboree wants to make you smile!

I asked my Lovebug what makes her smile as we are getting ready to go off to kindergarten. Her response? “Cookies and popcorn!”. You have to love a kids honesty! I love my children and making them happy. With my littlest going off to Kindergarten I want her to be comfortable and stylish without breaking the bank. We can always accomplish this with Gymboree!! Check out their great outfits for back to school! Remember shipping is free on orders over $50!

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