Now that I'm a stay at home mom I'm more aware of prices(my husband is rolling his eyes if he's reading this I'm sure), but I at least try. I find myself buying far more clothing for Graham than I do for myself. Let's be honest, they grow out of clothing in the blink of an eye, so I really don't want to spend a lot of money on something he'll only wear a few times(and stain with a blow out...just being real).
Since we're in Chicago and it's officially fall I keep Graham in comfy, warm(now), and easy to change clothing. He's spending the majority of his days on the floor rolling around and being licked to death by Boone. So these are a few of my favorite inexpensive finds for boys and girls.
I just purchased these from Old Navy( I bought the solid navy as well) and I absolutely love them. They're so soft and stretch out enough to easily get over his head. I've been really happy with the clothing I've purchased for him from Old Navy. It washes well and is very soft.
Check out this cute version for a girl. I love the ruffles!
Cat & Jack is the new baby/toddler line at Target and I LOVE everything I've grabbed by them for G. It's so soft, sizing is pretty true, and doesn't shrink a ton after washing/drying(40 million times). Plus it's basic, and doesn't have words written all over it, which I prefer.
Graham wore this onesie the other day and it was so cozy. The buttons at the neck make it easy to get on and off as well.
I've got these bodysuits in my cart(they were sold out of his size at our Target), and they're insanely soft. Why they say "girls" puzzles me, because they're definitely gender neutral. This little set is in my cart as well, I love this particular elephant print, it's different than all the others.
This little baby girl Cat & Jack onesie is precious and floral, right on trend for fall.
So I had no clue how wonderful Carter's clothing actually is until recently. My SIL was telling me about how well it holds up. I grabbed a few things for Graham and they're quickly becoming my favorites to put him, especially for sleep. My only semi complaint, is that the line seems to run a bit small. However, they're is a HUGE difference in the 6M vs. the 9M.
I love this cotton zip up. Homeboy has recently decided he wants to roll and fight being turned when we dress him for bed. So the quicker I can get him in something the happier we both are, so zip ups are key! This one works for boys or girls, it's sweet.
Baby Gap Factory
I am sure I am way late in discovering you can shop the Gap Factory store online. I love regular baby Gap, but sometimes they're a little pricey, at least at this age because he seems to be growing and changing so quickly.
I purchased this adorable hoodie onesie a few weeks ago and it's one of the softest pieces of clothing. I was worried about how I would feel about the hood and if it would bother him, but it's not too bulky and he doesn't seem to mind.
Love this sweet floral onesie for girls. I think ivory looks so pretty on babies.