Tuesday, February 25, 2014

make it work and a #waylatergram

judging by the looks on her face,
jude hates graphic tee's on babies
almost as much as i do.

i never realized just how hard it was
to find cute outfits without
"look at me i'm a cute perfect princess blah blah blah!"
plastered all over them until i had a baby girl.
why can't baby clothing companies just stop
with cute stripes and solid colors?

speaking of baby clothes,
can someone please tell heidi klum
to stop making such horrible baby clothes.
i mean...
there is no way this would go through
on project runway.


-Danica- said...

That's disgusting.

And i've been saying the same thing about baby clothes ever since Hadi was born. and honestly, it's almost worse with baby boys. Let's just go into business together and make normal clothes for babies that aren't $25 for a onesie.

Harley said...

hah! this is why I am never telling people what gender my baby is until it's born... that way they can't give me clothes that i hate.

Cassie Traasdahl said...

it gets better as they get older i think. my sister used to have the hardest time finding good stuff too but now my niece is 3 and everything she wears is cute without being "princess." it totally depends on your style but leggings have always worked for her! because you can dress them up or down depending on what you're going for.

and yeah, wth heidi?

meg bird said...

Really though, what is it with the graphics? Why can't a baby just be a baby? Why does it have to be daddy's girl or little princess? Anyway, Jude is adorable but I'm sure you know that!