Archive for the ‘Baby Fashion’ Category
While looking for nanny cams recommendation in the past issues of Smart Parenting newsletter on the web, I chanced upon this announcement on their current issue which I think will entice a lot of stage moms out there.
I remember, when my little A was a little bit younger, I would also religiously submit photos of him to various parenting magazines in answer to their promotion calls like Kiddie Birthday Greets for Smart Parenting, for example. Luckily, his picture was selected not just once but twice for both of his birthdays (1st and 2nd). He also won twice in Manila Bulletin’s Birthday Corner bringing home two Php 500 worth of SM Baby Company Gift Cards. His pictures were also featured several times in various issues of Baby Magazine. Indeed, once, I was a stage mom. But I can not perhaps go as far as attending auditions and casting calls. It’s time consuming, not to mention, would be too difficult for him so I’ll just be contented with submitting photos online which is just easy to do and won’t take too much of my time.
Really now, these custom made stylish and girly Ruffled Diaper Covers I saw in Etsy intensifies my yearning to have a baby girl. I feel that girls are so fun to doll up with all the stylish and fashionable pieces (dresses, skirts, tutus, etc) made available now even to babies and toddlers alike. These are so cute worn with a little tshirt, bodysuit, under a little dress or just by themselves.
Seller: Sherbet Baby in Etsy
Shop items include: diaper cover panties, bodysuits, burp sets and towels, rompers, birthday clothing design, hair bows and headbands, clothings for girls and boys.
It’s not that I’m rushing my son’s growth but I really love to dress him up into this "manly" fashion.
Whenever I online shop at Old Navy or browse the racks in the baby sections of the department stores, I prefer to buy and I really have a penchant for baby polos, collared shirts and pants that resemble those of the grown ups. I find him cuter in such styles and with the photo above, don’t you agree that he’s one dashing, debonair little man?
From a quiet and innocent-looking Baby Tigger costume last year to a feisty-looking T-Rex Dinosaur costume this year. That’s the little one’s costume for this Halloween and he’s now ready to go Trick or Treating. Thank you to Tita Glo for facilitating the shopping for little A. This and the other shopping loots that arrived from Boston were the reasons why Kathy, Aggie, Kaje and I met up at Mall of Asia last week. Isn’t he adorable in his T-rex costume?