Saturday, May 20, 2017

Giveaway from the cutest little Pittsburgh baby clothes boutique: Picket Fence!

You guys know that I looooooooove adorable baby clothes, right?  I mean, the first thing I did after each of my 20-week ultrasounds was RUN to buy teeny, weeny little baby clothes.  Well, you will not believe how excited I was to discover the cutest little Pittsburgh baby clothes boutique that also offers adorable clothes for preschoolers, who, if I am being honest, are as fun to dress as babies.  And!  Picket Fence also has great stuff for moms, too, which is always a plus.  I am way more likely to just throw something for myself in the cart when I am buying something for the kids, as opposed to taking the time to actually shop somewhere for myself, you know what I mean?

I recently bought Dorothy (because I mean, everyone knows that fussy girls are more fun to shop for than rowdy boys who tear through the knees of every garment they ever wear) THE CUTEST LITTLE DRESS that I think will be totally perfect for her to play in, especially since the description emphasizes how great it is to twirl in-- AND TWIRLING IS HER FAVORITE.
Thanks to a partnership with Nakturnal, I get to offer YOU a chance to win a $50 gift card to Picket Fence to buy something adorable for your baby, your kid, your home, or yourself.  To enter to win, comment on this post and tell me what you want to buy.  I will choose a winner at random on 5/27.  Good luck and happy shopping.

Be sure to follow Picket Fence on Instagram: @picketfencepgh, Twitter: @thepicketfence , and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepicketfencepgh/

27 comments:

Holly Sisk said...

I live about a mile from their store. Next time y'all drive to D.C. you need to plan a Pittsburgh layover. We have a fantastic children's museum, a popular science center, tons of public parks (a couple have amazing spray parks), a beautiful campus for your kids to tour, a ballpark with an incredible view, delicious (and affordable) food, great stores, AND I'm also about a mile from the high school that boasts many famous alumni including Kenneth Burke!

If I win this giveaway, I will be good and buy clothes for Anne's baby or I will be bad and buy myself some jewelry.

Roxie Lewis said...

I want to buy ALL the dresses!

mommyBloom said...

Thank you, Sarah, for adding to my budget crisis and shopping problem. <3

KW said...

The Jenny dress is adorable!!

GoodLilHunkyGirl said...

I will buy sweet dresses for my sweet girl!

Also, I second the suggestion that you need to stop in Pittsburgh sometime - there are so many great things to do! The zoo and aquarium are must-sees, in my opinion.

Kyla Charles said...

I'd buy something new for my third boy because let's be honest, nothing of his is new! :p So glad I found your blog!!

Virginia said...

Oh my word, their home stuff is dreamy!!!

elsa said...

That Marabelle tank is to die for!

Jenny said...

Unfortunately, my little boys are too big for the clothes on the sute. I'd definitely go for those bunny hand towels and mercury votive candles though! I always want to freshen up my home decor but can't work it into our budget.

hypoxicjd said...

My niece would LOVE a twirly dress!

Erin said...

Oooh! I want to buy something adorable for our new baby girl, arriving in September. Everything is extremely cute!

Helen said...

Wow, all their things look lovely. I'd probably get t-shirts for my little boy...or a Jellycat dinosaur!

Jessica Burfield said...

So cute! The Sabine Dress for my five-year-old....or well, any dress from there because they are adorable!

Brianna said...

I would buy the Bella indigo dress for my toddler, Vivienne!

Betsy Stern said...

My girl would love a dress to twirl around in, too, Sarah! What a cute shop. :)

R.S.Brown said...

If I am selected for the drawing (fingers and toes crossed...LOL) I would apply it towards an outfit for my friend who just had a baby boy named Sage or towards some of the spectacular home goods -- I especially love the "celebrate everyday" cake plates (those who know me know that I have a sweet tooth) and the hydrangea platters (love the star shaped flowers packed together like puffy pom-poms exploding in beautiful shades of blue, purple, pink and it's embossed design on the white dishes makes me smile), as well as the whimsical summer stationary offered by Pittsburg Baby Clothes Boutique (love snail mail). Thanks for sharing and tell your little one to keep twirling! :)

Brooke said...

Omg adorable. I just bought the Nova sandals they sell! I would have to get a Pittsburgh onesie for my new baby niece (a Pittsburgh resident) and P for pierogi would be perfect! But the dresses are so darling. What a cute shop. (And I can vouch for the awesome children's museum in Pittsburgh. If you find yourself up that way, it's totally worth a stop!)

Sarah LeBlanc said...

Love the blog that I sometimes read the books based on your recommendations. Plus, your little girl is darling. Would love to get my girls some matching dresses (although I swore I would never do that).

Anna Hopkins said...

I have to admit, I was traumatized when I had to click on "KIDS" on the Picket Fence website. I'm not quite ready for my baby to be a kid yet...but I cheered up when I saw the palm print terry dress. LOVE! Perfect for our pool days when (if?) the weather ever warms up!!

Nicole said...

Omg, thank you for sharing this store. I might have a new obsession. I want all of the things but a few I would love to buy are the doodle frame placemats (how cool), the milla beach bag, and the hayes sneakers for my little guy.

Anonymous said...

How awesome! Since I only have boys I guess this would be a good excuse to buy something for my home or even myself!

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Nikki said...

I can't decide if I would get the motorcycle shirt for my al-things-loud loving 19 month old or a pretty dress for my niece. Probably a pretty dress for my niece! haha

Lisa R. said...

Oh my goodness, so adorable! I want to buy....ALL THE THINGS.

Amy said...

I love all their cute dresses! I think my favorite is the Broderie Anglaise Lace dress--such a pretty color and gorgeous details. I also love the dress you got for Dorothy -- we had a few Kickee Pants newborn outfits that were so soft and well made, and I was sad when Q outgrew them.

Dawn C said...

That tea collection rash guard one piece with the zipper on the front! Adorable! And genius design for getting a wet toddler out of her bathing suit for poolside bathroom emergency!

Rivka Kantor said...

I like the Dear Pittsburgh, Organic Baby Onepiece even though I don't live in Pittsburgh (I've visited, though). The idea is adorable.