I’ve blogged about them before, but now that I have a baby, I actually have a reason to look at baby stuff. I’m still in love with Olive’s Friend Pop. Of course, their little skirt below is named, “Evie.” Now I have to buy it, right?
photos from Olive’s Friend Pop
Alma gave Evie this adorable Kitty rattle from BlaBla Kids. When Evie turned 1 month, she suddenly became attached to it and sleeps better holding it -it’s so cute. Trying to decide on another to buy because I love their sweet designs and soft rattle sound. Have you seen this mobile? Amazing. Knitting Today magazine sent Evie the most gorgeous hand-knit mobile. As soon as I photograph it, I’ll show you and I guarantee you’ll be jealous of an 8 week old.
For Christmas, Evie’s first dolly.
Every I fall in love with baby clothing in a store, it’s Kissy Kissy
. It’s ridiculously soft and has the sweetest styles (though I’m showing the most basic here
ps.. have I mentioned how frustrating it is to shop for baby when I don’t know the gender? Let’s just say I have lots and lots of clothes because I refuse to buy yellow or green.
hoping to make baby’s mobile, but if not, here are some great options i found today on etsy:
thanks to candice and her shopping adventures in rome, i’ve been spending lots of time pining over the spanish children’s clothing at neck&neck. after i picked out my favorites (on incredible sale), i couldn’t justify the shipping cost. boo.
i just love everything album di famiglia.
a few weeks ago i saw adam reading this. hilarious. he loves to challenge me on my knowledge of baby care (concerned that i’m not reading books about it) and absolutely loves this book. warning: definitely a man’s manual… referring to the baby as a bunch of parts and how to fix it when it malfunctions.
while some of this may be a no-brainer to most of you, i still found susie cushner (beautiful photography) and vanessa holden’s (brilliant art direction) book photo album to be a great resource of inspiring ideas for collecting and preserving your precious photos. now we just need to remember to print our digital photos!