I remember rushing home from work forty years ago to see my oldest then three peeking out the window. At first I thought she was looking for me. Tain’t true. What she was in search of was the garbage truck. She loved them.
Airplanes too. I remember driving with her near Newark Airport. I may not have been an airport controller, but she still asked me to call the planes. Lucky for me the skies were jammed.
I do not believe in stereotyping toys or clothes by gender. I wore pants to business when dresses and skirts were proper professional attire. Call me a rebel. I asked for a train set from the first time I met Santa until I bought one for myself twenty years later. You see my father, the man of the house, did believe in stereotypes. Luckily, times have changed.
Today I was sent the perfect tee: all cotton, silkscreen not decal decorated, washable, and made in America. It showed a brightly colored steam engine in complete detail down to its lantern and bell. I knew any boy or girl would love and wear this steam engine tshirt. The company that sent it, Shirts That Go, is all about vehicles–steam trains, airplanes, fighter jets, helicopters, tractors, bulldozers, cement trucks, fire trucks, and garbage trucks. Wish they had been around back in the day I was raising my own children. Anything transportation and construction that looks real means kids will love it.
I’d buy one of these train shirts for myself if they had it in my size. They don’t though, they only offer kids t-shirts. Free coloring pages are available with every order. Priced at $22.00 with free shipping apiece (some discounts may apply), orders are backed by a satisfaction guaranteed return policy. Select from 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12, but remember cotton runs slightly small.
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