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    I bought dd lots of cute outfits, frilly dresses etc then realized how much of a pain in the butt they were and stuck to onsies that I didn't care if they got messy.

    I do like the cute outfits though they were just a pain for my dd who spewed constantly and also hated being dressed haha

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    At home DS was only ever in onesies with shorts or pants over the top he outgrew them so quickly though once he was walking it was shirts and pants/shorts by then I wasn't able to find any onesies that fitted him. He has a mostly pumpkin patch wardrobe cause I love the colours and styles for boys all the onesies I had from there were plain colours or stripes only a couple had pictures on them.

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    I tend to dress dd in subtle girly clothes, eg. bebe or max & tilly. They have to be practical, she didn't wear dresses while crawling, will wear shorts/pants if we're going to the park etc.

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    As babies I prefer plain clothes and onesies because they're a lot more comfortable. If we're going to visit people or we're going out to lunch/dinner, I dress bub up because it's my only chance & there are so many adorable outfits out there!
    DS is 21 months old now so I do like to dress him up every time we go out.. Nothing over the top.
    These are some winter clothes I bought for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarSkull View Post
    These are some winter clothes I bought for him.
    I love that purple hoody. Where did you get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    I love that purple hoody. Where did you get it?
    Online at Cotton On Kids : )

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    Naw. I'm a lazy mum . My DS lived in Kmart onesies for his first year because I was too lazy to worry about making up cute matching outfits etc. This bub will be the same no doubt.
    I can't be bothered with cute stuff. If I'm honest it means having to think about what my child is wearing and when I already have enough things to worry about (have I brushed my hair, when was the last time I had a shower, I wonder if anyone has noticed that I'm wearing the same clothes I've worn for the last week...) actually considering what my baby is wearing is pretty low on the list *chuckle*.

    That being said this time around I've been given quite a few really adorable outfits that will probably get used mostly because they're already there and in their matching sets so I don't have to hunt them down.
    I LOVE seeing cute bubs in their gorgeous little matchy-match outfits and adorable little matching hats and shoes. I'm just not that energetic personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I was never scared to put DD in a dress however and never saved stuff for special occassions as they grow out of them too quick as newborns. Everyday was a special occassion when it came to clothes
    Actually I have to say that was a big thing for me. People gave me cute outfits for DS and I kept saving them for 'special' occasions but never used them! I'm going to use every outfit as least once this time .

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    I much prefer plainish (but still cute) onesies As I think babies are much more comfortable in these without dresses riding up their backs. I don't buy frilly things and I hate denim on babies until they're walking. Makes them look older than they are and they're only little for such a short time.

    I should add that the clothes I buy are still very pretty and girly but practical.

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    My threehavevall worn one piece suits til about one year or body suits with a pair of leggings

    Nothing that would ride up their backs, would drive me crazy to be readjusting clothes every time I picked them up , and I just think it would be more comfortable


 

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