Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Mini Baby Boy Haul

It's only 12 weeks left before my little one's due date is upon us, so I thought I would take a trip into my local town to grab the last few things we needed to complete the nursery.

With it still being Winter, I thought I would take advantage of the January sales that are still taking place. Plus I find that in the coldest season of the year, many of my favourite shops have the cutest clothes for little boys, full of little jumpers, jeans and woolly hats.

I have brought a lot more than what is shown in this post, but I didn't want it to be a never ending blog post, so I thought I would show you a selection of some of my favourite things from today's haul.







Next

Beige Chinos 3 -6 Months £12.00


Cable Knitted Teal Jumper 3 - 6 Months £12.00

Next is amazing for baby clothes, and it did not disappoint on today's trip. With me having so many newborn and 0-3 months clothes already, I decided to get these pieces in 3 - 6 months as I am pretty sure he will be in them in no time, as he is already measuring a week ahead of himself.



Boots

'I'm Just As Tall As Daddy' Vest £6.00


Just look how cute and tiny this little vest is, I think this may be the vest that will be my little boy's first outfit when we greet him in April.


Waterstones

Usborne Sound Books 'Garden Sounds' £9.99


This book is beautiful, with garden sounds that you can press inside the book that include birds tweeting and raindrops, it's the perfect bedtime book for when my little one arrives.

Tesco 


Munchkin Fun Ice Chewy Teether 0m+ £2.00

I picked this teething toy up while doing the food shopping, and it's a bargain for just £2.00. We are going to Cornwall in August and thought that this would be the perfect toy to keep in my changing bag for when it's hot outside, as you can put it in the freezer so it's super cold for tiny little teething gums.


What are your favourite shops to buy baby clothes? Personally I love Next and John Lewis. Let me know in the comments.




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