I was just going to post the same thing.
I understand where she was coming from about only buying matching outfits but why pass up a nice shirt because it's a single item if there are pants at home that still fit and would match it? She didn't address that situation. I know kids grow but, at least for Son of Barb, there were clothing items that still fit & got carried over to the new season.
I guess it's the style now, but the boy's pants & jean's look so tight to me. Like there's not much room & stretchability (not sure if that's a word) for them to play & climb around in. Same thing for the dressier plaid shirts. They don't look comfortable to play in. But she did have the pullover shirts too.
I can't believe she only had 2 sets of PJs for each boy & then they looked like one summer & one winter set. What happens when they get dirty? I know they can be washed out by hand but think it would be easier if there were a couple of backup sets especially if one is needed in the middle of the night.
I hope the boys get to choose what clothes they want as they get older. I remember letting Son of Barb choose what shirt, PJs or shoes he liked when he was Spurgeon's age.