I have a bit of a problem. I love to buy baby clothes. I had TONS of clothes for the Mini when he was born, and throughout babyhood. Half of them still had the tags on them. When LG was born, the girl selection was naturally, so much better. I gave some away, but I still have tons of stuff from both of them. A lot of it was either worn once, or not at all. So I figured, I’d start doing some giveaways of clothes. I’d rather they went to a good home, and all of my friends have kids that are the same age or a little older, so I can’t pass them along to them.
And because I have a sickness (see above RE: love to buy baby clothes), I’ll give away some new clothes from time to time. I’m not entirely ready to give up buying itty bitty cute little stuff, even though my uterus has been condemned.
Cleaning out LG’s closet, I found a few outfits and a pair of pants that I think she wore once. And one outfit, she never really fit into (and of course, you can click to make bigger. Mind my pillow):
From L to R: Pink Izod corduroy pants set with embroidered dogs in size 12 months, Old Navy Gingham dress, size 18 months, stripey capris (also Old Navy) and a shirt from target that I bought that unintentionally matched the pants and SCORE! Another outfit that she wore once, both the pants and shirt are 18 mos. And a pair of cute flower pants, from guess where? OLD NAVY, size 18 months. Guess where I spend a lot of my time?
Seriously. Are these not the cutest thing ever? And look at the matching shirt!
I’m sad that she never fit into this.
And of course, what girl doesn’t look adorable in gingham? SQUEEEEE!
Worn twice, you guys. Seriously.
And, the accidental outfit:
And last but not least, the flower power pants. She never had a chance to wear these either.
So that’s it. If you have a baby girl who would fit these sizes, or will fit these sizes during the appropriate season, simply leave a comment, and tell me your favorite brand of baby clothes. One entry per person. That whole multiple entries thing is too much math for my brain to handle. I’ll pick a winner next week sometime.