Posted by Maria José Ovalle
When I learned that I was having a girl, my mind instantly raced to all of the cute baby clothes I’d get her. Sure, my son M had cute clothes, but let’s face it, clothing options for boys are limited. With girls, the possibilities are endless! Or at least, it seems that way.
However, the reality is that at 9 months, my girl has more outfit changes in a day than the Kardashians do! We start with one outfit, then caca happens. Or lunch happens. Or she decides to spit up her milk. You get it. Besides the endless amount of laundry, I have to get creative to mix and match looks and come up with quick alternatives at any given time.
Here are a few of my favorite spur of the moment outfits that Little L has worn recently. How many “outfit” changes does your baby have in one day?
Posted by Selena Burgess
With Thanksgiving coming, I’ve rounded together some of the cutest DIY accessories for you to whip up in the spirit of the season. We all have a lot to be grateful for, and even though I already celebrated my Thanksgiving, most of you know by now that I’m a sucker for crocheted baby hats and newborn photography props.
Many of these projects are gobble-centric, while some of them will make the transition into the holidays quite nicely. There are easy, medium and advanced skill-set DIYs here, something for everyone! I know I’m totally inspired to make some bodysuit appliques for the upcoming holiday season; it looks so easy and cute with endless options!
Posted by Keiko Zoll
With Hanukkah beginning just three weeks from tonight, my husband and I are in hardcore gift-buying mode… the holiday has really snuck up on us this year. We’re especially excited since this is Judah’s first Hanukkah and we can’t wait to build wonderful holiday memories each year. Since Judah will only be six months old for the holiday, it’s not like he needs a ton of presents.
I recently discovered a gift giving wishlist guide that features four main gifts: Something I Want, Something I Need, Something I’ll Wear, Something I’ll Read. Since Hanukkah is eight days long, I decided to expand it out to include four more categories: Something I’ll Make, Something I’ll Do, Something I’ll Share, Something I’ll Feed.
Take a peek at Judah’s Hanukkah wish list (really, his Mommy & Daddy’s wish list for him) to see how we’re taking a new spin with gift giving for our baby’s first holiday… and get inspired for your own holiday baby wish list!
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away, so you’ve got some time to whip up one of these adorable Thanksgiving outfits for your little love. From turkey one-pieces to pumpkin butts, your little one will be a festive addition to your Thanksgiving feast! Click through to see all 7 projects, and be sure to try one on a Disney Cuddly Bodysuit™!
Posted by Melanie Blodgett
Today’s the day! The day where you knock on doors and are given candy. Strange when you really think about it, but it’s a child’s dream. If you forgot a costume for your little one (or plain ran out of time), this marathon runner costume can be put together in 10 minutes or less with items you probably already own. All you need is: