Before you had kids, seasonal dressing meant no white before Memorial Day.
These days it’s more about convincing your little guy to ditch his swim trunks before the leaves turn.
For clothes that have you covered winter, spring, summer, or fall, check out the Brooklyn-based Winter Water Factory. The wide array of colorful, hand-printed onesies, A-line dresses, and tees feature everything from whimsical little houses to big dots to the animal kingdom. Plus, they’ve just launched an original T-shirt of the month, showcasing a seasonally appropriate icon or theme (July is an ice cream truck, natch).
If you’re looking to match all of the fabrics of your lives — say, your toddler’s frock to a heavy quilt for her bed — score a few of the festive fabrics by the yard and get to work.
There will be a chill in the air before you know it.
Or sew they say.
Available online at winterwaterfactory.com. Get 25 percent off all children’s clothing with code dailycandykids at checkout. Valid through July 31.
Vital Theatre Company’s The Bully
What: The sweet story of Lenny the nerd and Steve the bully will show kids that they’re not so different after all.
Why: There’s nothing tough about it.
When: Thru Aug. 2. Sat., 11 a.m. & 1 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.
Where: Bleecker Street Theatre, 45 Bleecker St., at Lafayette St. Tickets at 212-579-0528 or online at vtcdata.com.
Wild Arts Weekend
What: Celebrate both the arts and animals with painting, puppet shows, dance, and live animal encounters.
Why: Cool creatures abound.
When: Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Where: Prospect Park Zoo, 450 Flatbush Ave., Prospect Park (718-399-7339).
WhitneyKids Punk Rock
What: Kids ages 6 to 12 explore contemporary artist Dan Graham’s sculptures and dance to punk band Japanther.
Why: Punk out.
When: Sat., 1-4 p.m.
Where: Whitney Museum of American Art, 945 Madison Ave., at 75th St. (212-570-3600). Tickets online at ovationtix.com or at the door.