Long before pregnancy I regularly kept (and still do) a Baby board on Pinterest, and would always find the teensiest cutest little clothes. Usually prohibitively expensive, especially for a baby who DGAF what they’re wearing, but still the cutest. When I started curating
my our baby registry, I ended up loading it with some high ticket clothing items, until slowly coming to realize: nobody wants to spend this much money on my baby’s clothes… I don’t even know if I do.
But it’s difficult to move on, even when you find that affordable outlets like Old Navy are stacked with cute little onesies and pajamas. Especially when stores like Rylee & Cru come out with their F/W line and every tiny little item of clothing makes you go awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! Some women out there really do make these types of clothing the go-to. They exist on instagram, but I’m not sure if they exist anywhere IRL. Designer baby moccasins? C’mon, man (side note: they’re on my registry, but I won’t be hurt if you decide to pass on them). As I began to put together this moodboard, I realized that what I was doing was really just projecting what I’d want for myself, and it happened to be mostly some sort of theme of forest. That makes sense, because our nursery theme is a kinda minimalist-neutral-woodsy-whimsical one. You know, one of those?
I’m trying not to be too precious about what my kid is gonna wear, but dammit it’s so hard sometimes.
- Bear Knit Beanie — Gap
- Tree Print Jumpsuit — Rylee & Cru
- Newborn Moccasins — Freshly Picked
- Deer LongJohn — Rylee & Cru
- Mountain Bodysuit — Old Navy ($5 right now! Hot diggity!)
- Forest Fleece Sweatshirt — Kid & Kind
- Arlo Suit — Cotton On (OMG PLS)
- GRAN Muslin Swaddle — Fine Little Day
- Night Owl Tee — Rylee & Cru
- Rabbit Hoodie — Oeuf
- Line Sweatpants — Tiny Cottons
- Heart Bear Romper — Huxbaby
Somebody save me.