Cade hates tags in the backs of his shirts. They’re itchy, scratchy, nuisance-causing, razor-edged swatches that feel like they’ve been cut from sandpaper.
My 7-year-old will inspect the back of a shirt before he pulls it over his head. If a little, conspicuous tag is seen, he’s not wearing the shirt … until I cut the tag out.
This past school year, I received communication from his teacher, asking if she could cut the tag out of the shirt.
“Absolutely! Whatever makes him happy,” is my motto.
So, whether we need to thank Hanes — or maybe a mommy — for this bright idea, it doesn’t matter.
I’m a tagless fan!
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(Hooray for tagless shirts!)