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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    I have a little boy but don't understand the skinny jeans and things like that for under 1 (or at all!!). I dress my little man in Pure Baby onesies and leggings. He can move unrestricted they are soft pure organic cotton in plain colours (grey, navy, white etc...) or stripes. I love it - he always looks neat and clean an he can move!!
    Agree with this for little boys too.. I got given cargo shorts in 000 size for ds2 as a present. What's the point in it? He's uncomfortable, it doesn't sit right on a baby that small and it's got buttons to do up at the front. Waste of money I think.

    Until a little boy and crawl and stand those sort of clothes look a bit silly to me.

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    In the first 6mths I found it easy to use onesies or other simple shorts, tops that were easy to get on and off. After that though I loved dressing my kids trendy. Particularly when they started getting into chugging ton, toy story etc i would buy them sets. I shop for a lot of my boys clothes online local and over seas as there are lots I find that are different and you just don't see here. Ds1 is Ben 10 and Spider-Man crazy so he has a few outfits in those ATM and ds2 likes Elmo and Thomas so likewise.

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    Plain, DS lived in onesies or singlets for the first few months. Now he is 16 months he is mostly in shorts and t-shirts.

    I'm not a fan of the licensed clothing and much prefer nice colours over pictures
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    Plainish for us. I love spots and stripes especially.

    But frills and in ur face patterns etc. Not a big fan. I dress in a more classic style myself so thats probably why

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    Oh and i hate slogan tees!

    Or themed and in ur face brands too

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    I buy what I like when I see it. I prefer good quality handmade clothes in nice fabrics rather than Big W/Pumpkin Patch/etc that every other little boy is wearing. My clothes are a little 'different' and I suppose thats what I'm attracted to when shopping for my son. That said, I have stocked up on the good old trackies for daycare!


 

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