Tag: baby clothes

Horoscope baby tees for people who kind of hate horoscope baby tees

I’m not a horoscope junkie, which means you probably wouldn’t catch me wearing a Taurus necklace. But when I found the Starpower newborn baby astrology sets at WishWrap I fell in love a little. These simple onesie and hat sets highlight your kid’s sign in a really fresh way– instead of the typical zodiac graphics, one of your child’s positive astrological traits is listed under a complimentary graphic. You’ve got to agree that a picture of the earth under Making the world a better place is waaaaay cuter for a Libra baby than some scale. If you’re into this...

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Dribble me this

I’ve proclaimed my disdain for bibs so many times that it would only make sense that my third baby would be the drooliest of them all. Seriously, it’s like a tiny river flowing down her chin. So I’m sorry to say that bibs have become a regular fixture around her little neck. But thanks to Dribs, I’ve found one that actually works for us. These super smart bibs, made from your choice of organic cotton or bamboo, feature a ruffled gather effect that keeps the dribble off your babe’s neck and chest. Just slide them right under their chin,...

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Baby leg warmers, for those who can stand covering those delicious chubby thighs

I have really come to appreciate the joys of baby leg warmers lately. In the winter they’re great over tights or to add another layer under the pjs. In the spring and fall they’re just fine on their own instead of tights – and way easier to deal with if you’ve got a potty training toddler. (Man, the stuff we have to think about when we become parents.) If you’re looking for a style that’s not too adult, not too cutesie, check out the baby leg warmers from Knotty Baby. The colorful argyles, stripes and dotty patterns remind me...

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Editors Best of 2008 – The coolest kids clothes, baby clothes, slings and shoes (whoo shoes!)

We thought we’d close out 2008 with our carefully if somewhat painfully culled down list of favorites of our favorite items to shop for in the whole world–kids’ clothes, baby clothes, and kids’ shoes. If only they didn’t outgrow these gorgeous things so easily. Oh well, that’s why we have second and third kids I suppose. Kristen: My daughter got so many compliments in her Lou & Lee handmade onesie (at top) that I’ve decided to keep her in it forever (ha!) Liz: If the idea of Tibetan yak hair fair trade kids’ clothes from Shokay sounds odd, think cashmere....

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You’re the onesie that I want

Since my sweet third child will most likely be relegated to a life of shared toys and hand-me-down clothes, it’s always nice when someone sends her a personalized gift that makes it 100% clear that it was meant for her and her alone. So if you’re looking for the perfect 2nd or 3rd baby gift, you’ll want to check out the hand embroidered onesie from Baby Gardner. The sweet vintage-inspired elephant design is personalized with your choice of name and is packed in a delightful coordinating personalized drawstring bag. It’s a keepsake that can at least make up a...

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Plain [organic] jane

It’s no trouble finding a range of organic onesies bedecked with humorous sayings and adorable designs these days. But I’m a fan of the solid, slogan-free organic play clothes as well, which can be a little harder to track down unless you’re a big fan of oatmeal and white. Apparently moms Katie Winburn and Kristen McNicholas felt the same way and so they created Rattled, featuring bright organic basics for babies and toddlers. I’m loving the saturated colors and soft fabric, but most of all I appreciate that they won’t thin and pill after a few washings. And from...

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Oh the weather outside is frightful

I’ve not yet met a mom who loves stuffing he baby in some sort of hot, fuzzy baby bunting for a trip outside in the cold. Well, all that’s about to change thanks to Kate Quinn Organics’ baby bunting, found at Portland shop Little Urbanites. Made from soft sherpa and knit lined, this bunting features side kimono snaps for easy on and off, and reversible hand mitts to keep their hands warm without the old mitten struggle. Plus, there’s just something about the beautiful green with the furry trim that makes me want to put this on my baby...

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Editors Best of 2007: Clothes and shoes

Baby clothes Kristen: Maybe it’s because my husband and I are both avid guitar players, or because it’s one of the most amazing shirts I’ve ever seen. But either way, Damestarbaby’s handsewn guitar tee has won my heart. Liz: The cozy sweatshirt-styled baby sac from Sir Hayes makes me hope that my friends will start having more baby boys. But as long as they keep having girls, I love Matilda & Co. and their one of a kind rompers and infant bubbles made from vintage fabrics. Kids clothes Kristen:  Abe Jones makes duds that are just lovable, particularly their...

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