Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Baby feet. There’s just something about them. Impossibly tiny toes that can’t help but curl themselves around an outstretched finger…ridiculously chubby insteps…it’s enough to make a mom go weak at the knees.
And they signify so much more than just another body part…we watch them grow and change. At first, they just kick in the air while Baby lays on his back. After a while, they start stretching out to help support our little ones as they try to launch into a crawl. They are the same chubby feet that will later pad around on the living room carpet in a precarious “first steps” wobble. And then, before you know it, they are the same feet that will be running across a soccer field, having a first dance at high school prom, or carrying them off down the path to their college dorm one day.
Admittedly, I’m more than a bit sentimental when it comes to baby feet, and because I love those little baby toes so much, it’s a rarity for me to cover them up with shoes. BUT…if I do, they have to be comfy, cozy and cute like these.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
When I found out I was pregnant with Macks, I was so excited that I was going to have the opportunity the buy an entire new wardrobe for him. Since I had been a mom to two girls, Avery, my youngest daughter, still gets many of the clothes that her older sister wore. While I still like to add clothes to her wardrobe, much of it is stuff that her sister has worn.
Posted by Carmen Ordonez
One of my favorite things about the holidays is dressing up our little man. I always like to look for fun little outfits, whether it’s a blazer or some cute suspenders. I’m still trying to decide what he’ll wear this Thanksgiving, and in my search I came across this adorable 3-piece set from Babies “R” Us.
Posted by Chaunie Brusie
Every night, when I get our baby ready for bed, I slip her into her favorite pair of footie pajamas–and I can’t help but smile.
Year after year, baby after baby, there is one memory that will always come to mind when I think back on this time of raising my children.
And that’s how much I love a good pair of footie pajamas.
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
Thanks to Disney Baby for sponsoring this post and giving me Mickey Mouse crib shoes for free.
I’m not a huge shopper and as a mama, I definitely veer toward the minimalist end of the spectrum. I didn’t buy ANY clothing for my first daughter until she was almost 6 months old because we got so many hand-me-downs and gifts from friends.
But there’s something special about whatever that first purchase you make for your baby is, whether it is clothing or the perfect stroller or a pack of diapers.