7 rock n’ roll baby picks to keep the party going

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When I was pregnant with my first daughter almost 8 years ago, I remember being completely underwhelmed by the sea of cutesy animal patterns and pastel baby decor, neither of which were anywhere near my personal style.

But these days, you don’t have to sacrifice your taste because you had a baby. Here’s some of the coolest rock n’ roll baby gear around, that will help you keep your party going, well, for as long as you can stay awake.

Keep baby’s head warm in this cool, handmade Lincoln Beanie (above left), perfect for your littlest girl or boy rocker. ($19.95)

Baby Gaga baby tee
This Baby Gaga Tee is perfect for when your baby’s in the mood to just dance all night long. Don’t worry, it’s made from cotton. Not meat.
($26)

Old School rock n' roll onesie

The Sstella Blu Old School One-Piece is perfect for your budding little DJ. Two turntables and a microphone not included ($23)

Trumpette baby skater socks
These Trumpette Skater Socks
will stay on while they’re rocking out in their crib. Hopefully not all night long. ($27)

Wild Buffalo baby leg warmers
Cool Mom Picks fave Baby Legs goes punk with their Wild Buffalo Leg Warmers. We’re pretty sure Vivienne Westwood would approve.
($12)

Vans Classic infant shoes
No need to wait until they’re big enough for a skateboard with these Vans Classic Slip-One Checkerboard Infant Shoes.
($20)

Mommy and Daddy tattoo baby mary janes
We love the cool Mom & Dad Heart Black Mary Janes, which are way better than the ubiquitous “Daddy’s Little Princess” shirts out there. ($24)

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Cool Mom Staff

We spend our time looking for cool stuff so you don't have to. Hope this one fits the bill.

2 Comments

  • Reply August 16, 2011

    Julia Smith

    I totally agree with this post because when i used this type of baby gear around for my babies i feel comfortable for outing.

  • Reply August 17, 2011

    Jamie

    Great entry. I, too, get really tired of the boring old blue and pink pastel motifs. Thanks for sharing.

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