We recently asked our followers on Facebook and Instagram to share what's most often in your kid's pockets, and the answers were rocky...so without further ado, here are the results of top things you've found in their pockets and some highlights from the comment section:
Rocks, 29%: Many of you have little geologists in the making.
Flowers, 12%: Thanks a bunch for the beautiful weeds!
Sand & dirt, 11%: Your laundry machine just *loves* this one.
Snacks & candy, 8%: "So that's where it went."
Sticks, 7%: To add to the already large stash, of course.
Bugs, 6%: Big yikes.
Shells, 5%: To sell down by the seashore.
Leaves, 5%: A favorite among tiny arborists.
Lego, 4%: You know what they say — phone, keys, wallet, legos.
Miscellaneous, 10%: Including things like masks, cars, pinecones, tissues, and...trash.
"Always a pocket full of sand." - @beckymcborty
"Slugs have wrecked my daughters pockets. 🤦🏻♀️ Other than that, rocks and acorn caps." - @raisingthesewolfes
"Rocks; one is named Fred." -@audeylv
"Nothing, because it’s all in my pockets 🙄." - @agleasmith (Good thing we have plenty of pockets to change that!)
"We absolutely love that you make clothes with pockets! My daughter is so thrilled to have dresses with pockets. Thank you! Most often she fills them with rocks and flowers. 😃" - @sammi.miller11
"Whatever fits. But, my three-year-old had on a Primary dress that she didn't know had pockets and she got so excited and had a total 'It has pockets!' moment. Was the cutest thing ever." - @dernizz
"I once pulled a dead mouse out of my four-year-old's pocket." - Karen W.
"Well I have a son, so the keys to the patriarchy, which is more than I can fit in my tiny lady-pants pockets." - Jessica S.
- "Rocks. Always rocks." - Allison C.
"Pascals, which is what my kiddo names all the rocks she finds." - Natasha M.
Any others you would add? Share with us on Instagram and Facebook!