Sunday, January 22, 2012

Vintage Baby

Nothing like sweet little baby girl clothes, especially when they are vintage. This sucker was a steal and i'm kinda wishing my almost 1 year old would shrink back to 000 so she could wear it. Not to matter.




It's all action stations here today with a spring clean in full swing. Who knew sugar soap could clean EVERYTHING so well?

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29 comments:

  1. i occasionally catch myself buying something cute that is too small to fit my boys..But i figure, either i will have another child, or i can seel it on etsy ( if i when i get a shop up and running!
    -m

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  2. Such a sweet little dress. Yup sugar soap is amazing stuff, we have been using a lot of that lately get our house ready to sell.

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  3. Gorgeous dress! I must say, I am loving dressing a little girl after having a boy. So many cute possibilities!

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  4. Well informed on the virtues of sugar soap. It's still cleaning off grease, lipstick, mascara... when do they ever stop being messy?

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  5. have you got the sugar soap in the spray bottle?! We do!
    HOW BORING AM I?! X

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  6. I bought a super cute not exactly vintage but second hand size 1 dress yesterday for $2 and i don't even have a baby yet (trying). It was too cute to pass up & fingers crossed i'll have a beautiful girl one day to put in it.
    I really need to sugar soap half my house top to bottom. Thanks for the reminder!

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  7. Oh the joys if this baby i'm growing turns out to be a girl! BTW, I have to ask about the moustache hanger, do you know where you got it? My sis would love it! x

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  8. cute! even if it doesn't fit it's cute enough to hang in her room or dress a dolly in:)

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  9. Oh man, you find the best things! No girl for me...yet...

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  10. Love your vintage style and thrift store finds...I'm a Mum myself and used to have a more mummy-based blog but now focus on my vintage biz blog. I don't tend to read many personal blogs that much these days..but yours is one I tend to revisit! More thrifty finds please! :) Alison

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  11. Ha ha! I sugar soaped my whole house when we did our ceilings.....it feels soooooo good to get it all clean. It's like nesting when your are not pregnant. I find so many vintage baby things and have no bubba to wear it, at least it looks great on the wall.

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  12. Totally and utterly divine! I am a sucker for girl's clothes, I often buy them and stash them away for all the girl babies I know... thank goodness I have lots of friends with girly's :o) xo

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  13. Fabulous little dress - so pretty.
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

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  14. Oh so cute! I love vintage baby clothes. The hanger is cute too!

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  15. Holy cow, what a great little dress. Makes me nostalgic for those teeny tiny days. My girl is inexplicably wearing 2-year old clothes now...I guess not so strange, considering she's almost 18 months. Slow down, I say!

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  16. eep! so cute. lady baby needs one just like it methinks :)

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  17. Oh my, that's the sweetest baby dress EVER!! Adorable!

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  18. that dress is so super sweet. i love it!

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  19. such a pretty dress :) by the way, thank you, for your comment!

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  20. I love the moustache hook! Where can I get that! It would go with my front area.

    The dress is gorgeous - alas I have a boy, but I can admire your's!

    bxx

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  21. sweet vintage baby clothes make me smile x

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  22. Cuteness! So fun and sunshiney yellow. =)

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  23. so adorable and i'm jealous of your mo' hook!

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  24. Baby clothes
    This is exactly the right kind of advice for a blogger.

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em