Tag: Clothing

  It’s that time of year again! The holidays are coming, and we’re counting down the days until we can enjoy festive cheer with our families. Wondering how – between work, childcare, play dates and more – you’ll possibly get all your holiday shopping done in time? Never fear! We come bearing...

AXL makes quality, chic clothing for infants.  Manufactured in San Francisco, their line is born from a culture that promotes style, craftsmanship, local businesses and eco-consciousness.  Evident in their quality, these values make for fantastic clothing that both you and baby will adore. The Cobalt Henley Jumper is a fashionable...

March 17th is quickly approaching and, with it, the mad dash to find something green to ward off St. Patrick’s Day pinches.  Bring on the luck of the Irish with these great products for both you and baby! Deck baby out in a super comfortable Lime Bodysuit from AXL Brand. ...

Want the surprise of learning your baby’s gender at birth without fating your newborn to wear only neutral yellows and greens for the first few months of his or her young life?  The Twotara line of infant clothing is a simple concept that addresses an age-old problem and begs the...

We tried the mbaby onester and sleepster because of its advertised double-layer front. Our baby doesn’t like being swaddled, but then seems to struggle with being hot and cold throughout naptimes and nighttime. We’ve been adjusting the room temperature, but we live in CA and it really never is super...

Happy Earth Day!  What better way to celebrate than share one of our newest eco-baby finds – the new Totsy Layette Collection that includes adorable baby clothing essentials in either 100% eco cotton or 100% Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic cotton. Already known for providing great private sale...

Milkalicious has a new line of clothing, M2, made up of comfortable loungewear for the pregnant or nursing woman.  This line was created by Jayme Gomez, former fashion publicist and wife to Black Eyed Peas singer Taboo, along with the President of Milkalicious, Jennifer Ritchie, a former lactation consultant.  So normally I...