You’re a lot like a holiday tree, kids.
You’ve got a little Christmas sweater on.
Or you’ve got some white socks, or some red ones, or maybe you’ve put on a Santa hat.
There are lots of ways to get your family holiday outfit together.
And for those of us who don’t want to be out of the house for long, you can have your kids do the job for you.
Here are a few ideas to help you do it right.1.
Take a photo of the kids with your own holiday outfit.
This is probably the easiest way to get the family out of town.
You can just hang a photo on the wall.
The kids can do their own photo taking and you can just get the photo and post it on your social media page.2.
Use a selfie stick.
This can work if you’re using your own smartphone camera or your parents own camera, or if you’ve opted for the Apple or Google Camera apps.
It’s great for getting the kids out of your house without leaving your own.3.
Go to your local library and find out where they get their holiday outfits.
Ask them where you can get your own gear.
You might also want to get a list of stores that have a few different types of outfits.
For example, some are more geared toward adults, some for kids.4.
Visit your local department store and see what they have.
They may have more or less of what you need, depending on the size of the store and the type of holiday outfit you need.5.
Look for your nearest department store.
You’ll probably have a couple different departments there.
For instance, a big department store might have one or two of the outfits you need in the holiday collection.
And then there might be a few smaller department stores that you can go to for smaller items.6.
Ask your kids for suggestions.
If they’re like me, they might say, “That one outfit that was nice and cute is so much better than the other ones.
I want that one.”
I’m not telling them what outfit to wear or how to dress, but I am telling them how to find the best one.7.
Find a friend.
Some of us get along well enough that we can even bring along our kids to do our part.
If you don’t have kids, that’s okay too.
Just be careful.
Kids are more likely to be picky about outfits than adults, so it can be hard to get kids to let you know what they like and don’t like.8.
Ask if the outfit you’re looking for is on sale.
This could also be an opportunity to try something new.
If it’s on sale, it’s probably the most likely outfit that they might like.
But if it’s not, then it could be something you can pick up in another department store, or a store that has something else in stock.9.
Have a friend or family member make the outfit for you, too.
That’s what happens when you share a holiday outfit with your kids.10.
It doesn’t have to be a specific outfit.
Sometimes a friend of yours will put on something you’re not sure about.
Maybe it’s a sweater, or you can make a simple shirt.
Or maybe you’re trying something new and it’s fun.
If so, let your friend do it, too, and give him a little credit for the idea.11.
Be ready to walk the line.
It might seem like the best way to do it is to just ask the kids, but if you really want to keep them busy, it can also be a great way to work with them.
If your family is small, you may want to go with something more subdued.
But remember, you have to do this at your own pace, and it won’t work unless you’re really serious about it.
If the kids aren’t too excited about the idea, it may just not work.12.
Be honest about what you’re wearing.
Kids want to know if they’re going to be able to pull off that sweater or that dress or whatever.
That can be difficult for them, so ask them what they’re wearing and what they think they should be wearing.
It can also help you find out what’s available for them.13.
Let your kids take photos of you.
Kids can be a bit of a pain when it comes to photo taking, but a photo can be the first thing you see in the house after they go out to get their gear.
Don’t be afraid to make sure they’re OK with it, though.
It could help to have your friends and family help you make sure it’s OK.14.
Have them take pictures of the outfit with their phone.
If all else fails, ask your kids to take a picture of the picture they made.
You don’t need to use the