POSTS WITH TAG: baby clothes

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    Since becoming a parent I've noticed an interesting phenomenon: You guys dress your babies hella better than you dress yourselves. Really, what's the deal? Your baby is in fly organic cotton block-printed threads and you're in that ratty purple polar fleece over faded, black yoga pants. I get it -- kids are messy and you're tired. Your baby's clothes look better partly because you're buying new stuff every five minutes because they keep growing. (Urgh, growing!) But still. How can you not notice the disparity in style between you and your kid? Some of you look more like a hobo kidnapper holding some rich person's baby for a ransom of canned pork 'n beans.

    I recently spoke with some fashionable babies and asked them how they feel about how most parents dress. Here's what they told me.

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    Ladies and germs, have I got a weird one for you. Prince George has been deemed one of 2013's most influential fashion figures. Let me repeat that. Kate Middleton and Prince William's baby. Who has been on this planet for, what, 3 1/2 months now? He's a fashion icon?

    How does one even assess that? Here we have the baby's onesie collection. Please note how each one has a different spit-up stain that really pops. Aren't they just darling?

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    Obviously we knew this was coming. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you: The Kardashian Baby Clothing Line. I mean, I'm not literally giving you the baby line -- I'm just letting you know that this is a thing that will happen in the near future. Kim Kardashian said in a recent interview, "I think a baby line is what's next for us, and we definitely would have a lot of experience with what we would need to make that line a success and we're excited about it." Wow. You can almost hear her pen scratching off items on that to-do list: Make baby, birth baby, lose baby weight, get engaged, start baby clothing line ...

    I mock. But you know what? I still totally want to see that kidswear line of the Kardashians. Here's what I think they need to make that line a success -- not that they're asking me.

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    As if babies don't get enough attention, now there are tons of hilarious onesies for them to wear around town too! We asked everyone on The Prowl to find the funniest, most attention-grabbing onesies out there, and boy, did they deliver! 

    Funny onesies are lighthearted baby fashion -- and makes an excellent baby shower gift -- that will probably result in mom and baby being stopped by amused strangers in the supermarket. From music references to witty puns, the funny onesies we've rounded up will make you stop and smile ... even if you're about to do a diaper change.

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    Congratulations! It's your first Halloween as a parent. You know what this means? For the first time since you were a kid you get to go trick-or-treating again. Candy for everyone, yayyyy!

    What's that? Babies are too young to eat candy? Well of course, silly. The candy isn't for the baby -- it's for you! You're just using your baby as candy bait. Everyone will know that, and they will still totally respect you in the morning. Here's seven completely reasonable and not-at-all ridiculous reasons why you should go trick-or-treating with a baby.

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    I think I'm officially envious of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby. Have you seen North West's posh wardrobe from Paris? Her parents may have left her behind, but she was definitely not forgotten. Kimye's fashionistas gifted them with the most outrageously fab frocks I've ever seen for a wee babe. Oh hello, Lanvin LBD with tiered tulle skirt.

    It's like Paris got together and decided to make Nori the best-dressed babe in the world. I have some thoughts and feelings about these gifts, but first, let's just ooh and ahh over them, shall we?

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    Sigh. Soooo, J.Crew has introduced a baby line, and now I don't know whether to laugh, groan, or cry over the thought that there are some parents who are actually going to pick up this ridiculously expensive stuff for their kids.

    Before I go any further, I'd like to go ahead and put it out there that I'm a huge J.Crew fan, and I can't deny that the baby stuff is pretty freakin' adorable. And if I had an infant, I might even been stupid enough tempted to pick up a cute piece or two for "special occasions."

    But while a few of the items in the line aren't that overpriced and might be justified as purchases for a generous gift or small mommy splurge -- what in the hell is a baby supposed to do with a $145 cashmere sweater?!?

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    When I was pregnant with my first daughter, I decided to cloth-diaper, which was based on my pretty extensive research. Between the landfills, chlorine, and cost, I figured it was the smart decision to make.

    And let's face it, if you've cloth-diapered your kids, you know that it can be pretty addictive. They're cute! And pretty! And pretty high tech.

    However, after avoiding using disposable diapers on my first for more than a year, I learned that it's certainly not easy, and it might not be the most eco-friendly and cost-effective decision, contrary to popular belief.

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    Well, it's official. Not even childbirth can stop Kim Kardashian's brain from making those cash register noises. It's been less than two months since she's become a mother and she's already thinking about her next business move -- which involves babies now, naturally.

    Despite the fact that Kim's been ridiculed for her fashion sense lately, she apparently still thinks she has what it takes to design clothes. So she's decided to create a baby clothing line. Because, yes! That's what the world needs! Ridiculously overpriced crop-top onesies. With fringe!

    And the worst part? Kim's designer friend who she is reportedly teaming up with says Baby North West will be a "great poster child" for the line.

    Excuse me, WHAT?

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    The price of diapers -- coupled with the insane amount a child goes through -- can lead to serious spending. In fact, according to Consumer Reports, it will run you about $2,500 to keep your kid diapered until she -- joyfully -- becomes potty trained.

    Until then, there are some easy ways to help the diaper debt situation.

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