Something cute for little boys
To give you a good example, today Olivia decided to go shopping with Daddy, while I stayed at home and cooked. Olivia had been playing all day, so she was dressed in a pair of white biker shorts with a t-shirt. There was nothing sweet or clean about this child at 4pm, and Daddy gave me a look that said "I need a change of clothes". Instead of changing all of her clothes, I grabbed the Back To School Apple Dress, and slipped it over her somewhat dirty biker shorts. The dress is a size 4, but since it fits two sizes, everything fits fine except it has gotten a bit short for her. No problem. We now wear the dress as a shirt with shorts or leggings. It is still pretty, and can still be worn. An easy and fast solution. I love it. I applied the same methods to my son, especially when he was a young. One of my favorite garments in the first 12 months after my son was born was the JonJon. The reason was simple. A newborn usually spends a day in a onesie with or without a pair of pants, and let's face it..........that onesie was always a filthy mess. Yes, I used bibs, but as most mothers will tell you, newborns are messy little angels. It is just a fact. So whenever, I wanted to go somewhere, I would slip a JonJon over the onesie, and he looked like a perfect little gentleman. I loved it. One of the reasons I did not like him in T-Shirts was because he had a little belly. I gather by the sight of several other little newborns that this is also something common. Even my skinny little Olivia had a belly as a newborn. JonJon's do a great job of hiding all that. It is a loose-fitting and comfortable garment for a child. They also are very easy to pull on and off, and the crotch snaps make changing a diaper so much easier then a pair of shorts. So here are my newest additions the Hampton Sunsuit and the Bike Ride Sunsuit.