Finding Cute Clothes for Sania Louise!

Hey friends!

Today I want to show you what Sania got in her very first Stich Fix box!  (This is not a sponsored post.)

I have been receiving monthly boxes from Stitch Fix for 4 or 5 years now, and I LOVE them!  Mostly because I despise shopping in the mall or anywhere else for that matter, (unless it is home stores.)  And I like that Stitch Fix sends me items that are on trend and in style, because I am clueless about stuff like that!  

I like it so much, that I have scheduled Cy to get a fix every 2 to 3 months too!  He has kept everything in his box almost every month! haha!  The cool thing is that you can schedule how often you want a box delivered. 

Well, now Stitch Fix has created boxes for kids, and I have been wanting to try them for a LONG time, but never have.  I finally ordered a box for Sania, and oh. my. goodness!  I am so glad I did!!  I LOVE what they picked out for Sania, and I thought they were very age appropriate.  I snapped some pictures the day when our first box came in, and I wanted to share them with you.  (This was before Christmas.)

Sania was sooooo excited to get her fix in the mail!  And I’ll be honest, I love spoiling my girl with sweet things like this.  

When she came home from Latvia, her whole life was packed into one tiny little 1×3 ft cloth suitcase.  Most of the clothes in her suitcase were worn out hand-me-downs from who knows where?  Some items were several sizes too small and some were several sizes too big. She had one pair of croc-type shoes, and that was it. 

My baby girl’s whole life in one little suitcase.  I still have all of the items that were in that suitcase.  They all fit in a kroger’s plastic grocery bag, and I think that someday Sania may want to see them?  Maybe not.  But to me, it is a reminder of where she came from.  It’s her story.  And although there are sad parts to her story…it’s a beautiful, beautiful story that God is writing now!

So even though I know that buying our kids “stuff” is not what life is all about, it sure is fun to spoil this sweet little girl every now and then.  She deserves every little bit of it!

If you watch the video at the end of this post, you can see us opening her box.  It’s pretty obvious that I “might” have been a little  more excited about what was in the box than she was. haha!   She had a splinter or something in her hand that was bothering her, and she kept picking at it.  

But she has LOVED wearing all of these cute pieces from Stitch fix the past couple of months.  She has said several times when putting on these clothes,  “Mom, you spoil me….  ‘Cause you love me, right?”



If you have no idea what Stitch Fix is, it is personal styling for men, women & kids that sends clothing to your door (with free shipping & returns).  You fill out your “style profile” online, and they send you items you may like.  There is a $20 styling fee that is deducted from the price of what you buy in your box.  You can keep all the items in your box for an extra 25% off the total, or just keep the items you like.  If you don’t like anything in your box, send it all back! (minus the styling fee.)

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  1. I love seeing her sweet face, and yes, I imagine spoiling her is FUN! As she gets older she will likely love it as much as you do :). I have so enjoyed watching all you’ve shared with us about her from the beginning. As you’ve said, God’s hand was in this all the way! And she looks like a Hutcherson no doubt – a good looking family all around.

  2. She is a beautiful daughter. I don’t think getting a Stitch Fix box, twice a year, is spoiling. A fall box….then there is Santa’s gifts to last till spring. A Spring box will complete school year and into early summer. Summer brings on the play cloths…..jeans & tees… As fast as they
    grow there is no need to buy s lot of thing, she will grow out of them quickly. You will both look forward to the Big Day the box arrives.

  3. Sania is a beautiful young lady! She will look wonderful in any of the items her sweet Mom got for her through Stitch Fix. Love seeing her and how she is growing both physically and blooming as a young girl. Blessings to you and your family.

    1. Thank you, Deb! I tell her all the time that she’s the most beautiful girl in the world. Tonight she asked, “You mean it, mom? Even when my hair is tangly?” haha! I said, “Yep! Even if you had no hair!” :). I love that child!

  4. Your post touched my heart, Traci, so much more than a box of clothing but a promise to your baby girl and to your family for a more abundant life from Our Lord!

  5. Your daughter is beautiful and the clothes from Stitch Fix are really cute! And, yes, they ARE age appropriate, which is important.

  6. Thank you for sharing! I can’t believe how much she’s grown. It sounds like her English has come a long way. And she seems so at home…y’all seem so at home with each other.

    And as others have said, I don’t think you’re spoiling her with the Stitch Fix boxes, but I do know what you mean.

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