I love Baby Gap.
As soon as we left the ultrasound room, I was ready to shop for Baby 3. I went to Super Target where nothing was cute enough to buy. I mean, it was all plenty cute and I am sure I will buy a truckload of it before he's here in September, but nothing was cute enough to celebrate finding out the baby's sex, you know? So I bought myself some pajamas and work out clothes instead and then I had to go pick up the big boys at school and go to the gym (where I learned after the fact that the childcare room has HEAD LICE, so keep your fingers crossed for us). Today, though, the boys and I went to the mall. We poked around a giant Carter's sale at Boston Store, but I couldn't buy anything because I kept losing Jack in the racks. Then we browsed Gymboree, but I feel like I have a ton of newborn rompers from there that Harry and Jack wore, and I wasn't moved by the cuteness to buy more until I sort through some tubs of crap downstairs and find out just how many pastel jungle animals my little man already has to wear. Finally we went to Baby Gap, which, really is the only place I needed to go.
Such cute stuff!
I am a sucker for black baby clothes-- they crack me up
The print is tiny little scooters
Oh! and this is too, too cute, and it's size "Up to 7 Pounds," which is a size both my other boys wore for a while
Skulls and guitars!
I cannot WAIT to hit up the boutiques for some Paul Frank and Zutano! And before you say that I have 2 boys and don't need any other clothes, 2 things: 1. Breastfed-baby poop stains like no other substance on earth 2. This is a FALL baby, and I have only had spring and summer babies, so he'll need more snuggly clothes. Duh.
Okay, back to this:
Because this kid seriously needs a name. I don't even have a nickname for him-- he's just Baby 3. I was dead set on Cooper yesterday, but then I mentioned it to Harry and he screamed "Pooper!" and fell off his bed he was laughing so hard. So. Yeah. No.