Matching Girls Monday: Cherry Blossoms at University of Washington in Seattle

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I'm sharing my favorite matching girls outfit of the week, taken at one of my favorite places. We visited the cherry blossoms at the University of Washington last week to take our annual pictures. It was pretty crowded {it always is}, but we were able to find a break in the crowds to snap some shots.Matching Girls Cherry BlossomsAs a special bonus, my son and I are both joining in on the fun this week. My girls are wearing the Peek Feather Top with yellow sweaters from Hanna Andersson. My dress is from Target, my leggings/tights are from Yummie Tummie, and my boots are Born Shoes. My son is wearing an OshKosh flannel.

Family at Cherry BlossomsIf you're in Seattle, you should definitely head to the University of Washington campus and visit the Quad {the northeast area of the main campus, officially called the Liberal Arts Quadrangle}. The cherry blossoms start blooming in March and usually stick around for 3 weeks before the blossoms begin to fall. This year was a little later due to cold temperatures and the blossoms are quickly dropping their blooms.  

Want to know more about these amazing cherry trees? These 31 Yoshino cherry trees are over 80 years old. They were a gift from Japan in the late 30s and were transplanted to the Quad in the 1960s. You can watch the live UW Quad Cherry Blossom Cam to see where they are in the blooming process.

Want to know where I find all of our matching clothing? Check out The Complete Guide to Matching Clothing for Baby, Kids, and Siblings. If you are looking to add a few matching outfits to your kids' closets, I would start there! The Complete Guide to Matching CLothing for Baby Toddler Kids and Siblings

10 thoughts on “Matching Girls Monday: Cherry Blossoms at University of Washington in Seattle”

  1. You all look so amazing! Love your dress and those feather tops on the girls are so pretty! I wanted to go see the trees this year but time ran away from me as usual.I am going to go next Spring no matter what!


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