Friday, July 19, 2013

Sometimes I Shop at Baby GAP...

Not for myself, though... for the little. I have been endlessly shopping and shopping so that I can have my registry together for my baby shower. Which I realize may seem kind of early, but apparently it's not and I just learned that I'm way behind. It's a lot more difficult than I thought it was going to be, because as it turns out I am almost as picky about baby clothes as I am about my own clothes. And my boyfriend's sister said that she needs my baby registry information as soon as possible! Ah! Though I did find out that I love, love the baby clothes from Baby GAP. Considering my baby registry is at Babies R Us, this information is only kind of helpful.

They have a lot of neutral clothes at Baby GAP. Yes, we know the gender, but I still prefer gender neutral clothes. They're  versatile, easier to sell, and easier to pass down no matter the gender of a friend's baby or maybe even one of my own. Not to mention I'm kind of against forcing gender stereotypes on my baby. I don't want my kids to think boys can't wear pink and girls can't play with toy cars.

They have quite a bit of baby clothes that look like adult clothes. I don't know why, I just love when infants dress all sophisticated and mature instead of cheap and baby-ish. I plan on putting my baby in lots of cardigans and lots of knit sweaters all winter long and again next year. I already found some cute ones from Babies R Us, but there is a lot more at Baby GAP in way better colors.

Bear ears, and that's all I need to say. Seriously, who doesn't love baby stuff with bear ears on it? I've been dying for a onesie with bear ears that I can bring the baby home in from the hospital because I love it so much. They have just about a million hoodies and hooded sweaters with bear ears on Baby GAP and it makes me so happy.

I'm sorry that this is a post about baby clothes, I've just been working really hard on baby stuff and my brain is so fried other than baby, baby, crib, diaper, baby! I promise that posting will continue as normal tomorrow and it won't be about baby clothes or what's going on in my life. In the meantime how much do you guys love these baby clothes? If you had a baby how would you dress them? Or how do you dress your baby? If you have a kid what are some good places for me to look for baby clothes that aren't too manly and aren't too baby? (Did that even make sense?)


  1. Super-cute picks! I've found fantastic clothes at maternity/children's resale shops. They are sweet and affordable, so you can get quantity and quality. Vintage baby stuff is its own category of adorable. I too am way behind on my baby registry so don't feel bad. :)

    1. There are no high end resale places with baby clothes around here sadly. Just dirty thrift shops. Which may sound stuck up, but when I say that I don't throw the term around lightly. I shop at thrift stores but all of the baby clothes from the ones in my area have mysterious stains and have weird dirty textures and it just makes me feel weird about buying them for a newborn.


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