Shopping List: Baby Gifts

Until recently, I was never that interested in kids.

In fact, until the first time I lived in New York as an intern, I didn't want to have children...ever. It wasn't until I saw all of the cool New York parents in their natural habitat that I realized how cool mother/parenthood could be. (Not that my own parents aren't amazingly awesome, but as we all know you never fully appreciate the coolness of your parents until you're older.)

And now, my sister is expecting a young bebe. It's the first in the family since, well, me, so it's a pretty exciting time and I've loved being introduced me to a whooole new world of blogs and shops, and designers.

Shopping List: Baby Stuff

With that in mind, I'm starting a new column called Shopping List where I'll feature various products of commercial value each week that I'm more or less lusting after. This week's theme of choice: baby stuff. 

Can you imagine? A whole new world to shop that I previously knew nothing about. It's like a dream come true. (Also, I get a niece which is the bigger bonus, obvs.)

Here are the 10 products on my Shopping List, baby stuff edition:

BOW SWIMSUIT BY MINI RODINI

Bow Swimsuit by Mini Rodini | Second Floor Flat

 

SOPHIA WEBSTER GAGA CHILDREN'S SANDAL

Sophia Webster Gaga Children's Sandal | Second Floor Flat

 

TINY COTTONS BIG DOTS TEE

Tiny Cottons Big Dots Tee

 

HENRY THE (ADORABLE) FOX BY WALNUT ANIMAL SOCIETY

Henry The Fox by Walnut Animal Society

 

MINI BUTTON-UP BY ACE & JIG

Mini Button-Up by Ace & Jig

 

SLEEVELESS BODY DOUBLE STRIPED ONESIE BY BOBO CHOSES

 

BABY SOCKS GIFT BOX BY PETITES PATTES

 

AHOY SAILOR STYLE ONESIE BY INDIKIDUAL

 

GIRAFFE BODYSUIT BY MINI RODINI

 

VAN GOGH IN ARLES | TATEBANKO ARTIST SERIES

 

I'm having the best time discovering all of these new children's stores and designers, and am currently obsessed with Darling ClementineScout & CoMini Rodini, and tinycottons.

If you have any favorite children's brands or shops, please share 'em in the comments or send me a message – I'd love to know!

 

 

 

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