We love anything by Gardner & The Gang because their prints are so much fun. Childlike without being all pastels and teddybears and things which in no way represent how cool kids can be nowadays. They’ve also recently teamed up with one of my Insta Mum crushes Jaime King to create a new line dripping in fun and individuality and
Recently, you can’t get me out of dungarees, I’m like a builder in a 1990’s porn film (although granted, they didn’t keep theirs on for long and they probably didn’t wear theirs in the form of a corduroy pinafore dress). They’re a fantastic alternative to just throwing on some jeans and a tee AND they’re a breastfeeders best friend. A
When Milo was born, one of our friends had a parcel delivered to us in a beautiful duck egg blue box; a fluffy, cosy dressing gown complete with reindeer antlers. To say it’s cute would be an understatement. Another friend then sent us a blanket; softer than all the soft things, with Milo’s name stitched on (and which is our
A couple of weeks ago I ordered this royally funky romper suit from the brilliant Huxbaby but it seems any tiny morsels of food Milo does manage to eat have gone straight to his thighs… because that’s where it doesn’t fit. The romper’s 6-9 months and although I wouldn’t say M’s huuuuge for his age, he’s certainly not small and his legs do resemble drumsticks.
Milo doesn’t actually wear pyjamas right now because we have him in bed with us and I’m beyond anal about him over heating, but I couldn’t resist buying a set of these Busy Traffic pyjamas from Gorgeous Little George for when he’s a little bit older. As well as these funky threads, GLG have got some brilliant slogan tees (one of which I