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Every Mom is Crazy about a Sharp dressed baby

As a girl of course I dreamed of having a little girl someday to adorn with pink frocks, but who knew dressing boys could be so much fun too?

My favorite spot for boys fashions is generally Gymboree.  I love the quality of their clothing and they have amazing deals when you get them at the right moment.  I also like how the clothes coordinate with colors more than anything.

My other go-to spot for the boys clothing is TJMaxx, Marshall's or Burlington Coat Factory.  There I have been able to score lots of brand name items for mere dollars.  Again, I don't have to sacrifice quality for price.

If my wallet was a bottomless pit that just loved to refill itself, I'd shop all the time and Janie and Jack.  Their clothes are so adorable.  Practical, perhaps not, but there is nothing cuter in my opinion than a little baby boy dressed up looking like an old man and when you can buy a blazer with suede elbow patches, that is exactly what you get.

These are a few of my favorite outfits for my boys

 What you get when Daddy does the shopping
 These bunny slippers are so adorable!
An adorable seersucker Ralph Lauren romper from TJMaxx
Clothes from Janie & Jack and Target

Photo by Jennifer Rose Photography


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