28 Weeks: Cute Finds!

A bunch of really cute things I’ve stumbled upon recently : )

Uncommon Goods Fruit Rattles

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ThePoshPeaBoutique’s Cute Chevron Bibs!

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With matching burp cloths!

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Vital’s Bike Onsie

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Carousel Designs Crib Bedding

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JolieBerry’s Chevron Shoes + Tie Onsie

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LittleBabyBumbleBee’s Chevron Onesie Stickers 

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Land of Nod’s Bucket of Burp Cloths – Lions!

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LastEarth’s Camera Onsie

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13days “How I Roll” Bike Onsie

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And perhaps my favorite….BisonBooties’s Chevron Collection!

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30 thoughts on “28 Weeks: Cute Finds!”

  1. Baby stuff is the best – so much fun! Have you been to stores like TJ Maxx for cute/random things for Baby? I’ve been in there on several occasions and found SUCH good deals on cute stuff! It’s worth a shot 🙂

  2. Those booties are the cutest thing ever. I’m going to order them right now! Also, I got similar bibs (and these adorable drooler bandanas) from what I thought was the same Etsy seller you mentioned above but they were actually from BabyMaeBoutique on Etsy and the quality is incredible. They are so soft, so nice and despite being special ordered, they only took her a few days to get them made and shipped out.

  3. The fruits are my favorite!

    They remind me of the plush fruit and vegetables that they sell at IKEA (you have the veggie ones, I believe, and I have the fruit ones!).

  4. Those bibs and burp cloths are very cute, however, the plain fabric side is not very absorbent. If you baby tends to spit up a lot you will need something large like a standard cloth diaper. We used those for burp cloths. The chevron bibs above would work, but you’d need to put the terry cloth side facing out to absorb the spit up, drool, etc.

  5. Love that the burp cloths have tags ont hem – P became obsessed with tags around 3 months until….well, she still kinda is.

  6. That’s so funny that you posted that camera onesie…I JUST bought that the other day for my photographer-husband for father’s day (our baby is due a few days before yours, 8/26!) in the blue color. Love it!

      1. Then he can crawl over and and climb up them! They are really no good all around, and babies don’t really sit around smacking their heads against the bars.

        1. Life would be easier not to get them – I’ve just heard others say that if they don’t have them their babies get stuck, so I’m not entirely opposed if we NEED one.

  7. Just another thought, however…crib bumpers can become more dangerous when your baby becomes mobile (think, using it as a way to climb out of the crib–I’ve seen and heard about this more times than I can count). In fact, a lot of crib bumper manufacturers will advise you to remove the bumper when your baby is moving around. Obviously, your crib and your baby = your decision. But I just wanted to make you aware of other possible dangers. Besides (and trust me on this one), crib bumpers make changing sheets an enormous pain in the behind. 🙂

    1. I’ve seen most moms add the breathable ones when their baby can roll over comfortably so there’s not a chance of suffocation. We probably will only get them if we really need them for some reason. I don’t feel strongly either way, but want to do what’s safe

  8. I just wanted to say…I figured you knew about the bumpers, Kath! But you have so many followers that I wanted to be sure people understood that while super cute, bumpers are not safe. My daughter is 14-months-old and we’ve never had any sort of bumper on and we have had zero issues.

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