Friday Favorite: Orange, blue, green

It seems like everyone has their favorite type of blog to stalk. Since I’m an occasional knitter and wanna-be crafter, I go to all the crafty blogs with pictures of bright fabric prints, gorgeous hand-knit sweaters, and mama-made baby blessing dresses. The problem with all these blogs? Almost all the darling clothes are for girls!

I’m pretty sure that if I had a little girl, she would not run around all day in a ruffly pillowcase dress, matching hairbow, and knit leggings, all made by me. We’d have a few picture-perfect moments, then spend the rest of the day in mismatched playclothes. (I’m not that great at accessorizing!)

We do, however, have a few cute boy moments now and then. Yeah, it’s easier with a new baby to dress up, but I find great looking gear for the older boys once in awhile too. Every Friday, I want to share a few of my favorite, good looking boy things with you. If you’ve got a favorite, send it in, post the picture, or share your link! (Share where to buy/how to make, too!)

This week I’ve got photos of my current favorite color combo. My fourth baby boy didn’t need much in the way of new clothes, but these gifts from friends really livened up his closet. These colors looks so fresh compared to his hand-me-down wardrobe of navy blues and reds.

Here’s Gus-Gus in his kangaroo suit. (See the pocket?) I love the long-john look. So sad that he’s pretty much outgrown this one.My favorite, favorite blanket that a friend gave him. Aren’t the stars cheery?

My other favorite blanket–love the airplanes!

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2 Responses to Friday Favorite: Orange, blue, green

  1. Marek says:

    Those are darling! My aunt has one boy and a bunch of girls and she always says that the cutest clothes are for boys. And if it makes you feel any better, Scout gets mistaken for a boy ALL.THE.TIME. And here’s another consolation…

    While looking through high school dance pictures of my co-worker’s daughters, I thought to myself, “Please let Scout be as socially awkward and asocial as I was in high school so that I’ll never have to go through all this dance STUFF.”

  2. annie valentine says:

    I don’t know what you’re talking about, I hand sew every stitch of magical fairy clothing my perfectly groomed daughter runs around pooping in.

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