Oh baby, baby! No, we’re not expecting, but one of my dearest friends recently had a baby, and of course we’re celebrating! I’ve put together a list of baby must-haves for new parents who are expecting. If you’re a new parent and unsure where to begin, this mama of two has your back! Grab this handy new baby checklist below – it’s a free printable! Just click the image below to print.
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We are all set for summer swimming thanks to Le Top’s lucky duck swimsuit collection. This collection features a timeless look in the classic color combination of navy, white, and yellow. The wave design with a sweet ducky embellish the SPF swim shirt. Ruffles on the bottom edge keep the swim shirt feeling girly while complimenting the adorable gingham checked bottoms trimmed in yellow.
I have the hardest time finding cute clothes for boys, and I know I’m not alone. It’s something many of us “moms of boys” discuss over lunch, coffee or playdates. I’ve always turned to companies like Mamas & Papas for baby gear, but they also have a really adorable kids fashion line for boys and girls.
I stumbled across a few items for my littlest (L) that were simply charming!
Seriously cute, right? The 4 piece boys cardigan set retails for just under $60, but is currently rockin’ a good sale at just $41.99! The 4 piece bow tie set, including the matching flat cap hat is also priced the same. [Read more…]
Like any parent, I’m always in search of new clothes for the boys. Durability is key in quality clothing, and with kids that’s essential!
CARTER’s Watch the Wear is a company with over 150 years of experience and is rooted right here in America. Forging through the strain of the Great Depression, CARTER’S Watch the Wear workwear proudly supported American workers as they pushed forward to victory in World War II. They are best known as the maker of Carter’s Denim Overalls. For most of their history, they have been wholesale focused, but with the recent expansion of their children’s line they’ve opened their doors for direct consumer sales.