Milestone: went clothes shopping! Which is harder than you think, when your primary criterion for your child’s new wardrobe is Not Too Much Fairy-Floss Pink, Please.
Baby Girls, as it turns out, are only allowed to wear clothes with
- bunnies and butterflies.
FertilityFriend had handed me her back copies of Cosmo Pregnancy, which are a godsend because they all come with baby shopping checklists. Turns out the consensus is that you start out with 6 rompers/onesies, and so I went and got some that made me giggle.
15 February 2011 at 6:58 pm
hi dear, you want might to consider to buy some cotton shirt/blouse that is button on or have string to tie together as well so no need to go through the neck for home wear ? =0) just a suggestion…that was what we have for aaron but then again you have winter there when baby is born and not in sg so maybe you can check it out with your mum =0). take care.. shopping is fun…
17 February 2011 at 4:45 pm
Hi hi! So honoured that you’re reading this! lol
You know, until your post, I hadn’t realised that Australian baby fashion for newborns largely exclude button fronts and those kimono-style ties for baby tees. I don’t think they think too much about shoving a shirt over their soft wee heads – this topic is largely missing from Australian literature about baby fashion. But I will now look harder! Thanks for the tip, chicky! :o)
16 February 2011 at 11:14 am
You’re setting her up for tats, mark my words! ;-)
17 February 2011 at 8:23 am
What’s a tat?
17 February 2011 at 1:44 am
HAHAH.. cheh.. I got blobette some cute white socks with black polka dots on the ankle to the sock. hahaha. Keep laughing at how small they are.
18 February 2011 at 7:53 am
Tattoos! With those slogans … ;-)