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  • Cardigan Bowtie Onesie

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    No other gift could match the cuteness of this custom cardigan-bowtie-onesie hybrid. The little lad can rock a layered look and no one will be the wiser it is actually (charmingly) all attached.

    $35 at Groovy Applique | Buy

    | Posted 30 Oct, 2013 by Rene
  • Skeleton Jumpsuit

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    If your little one isn’t into costumes- and so many kids can’t stand to have masks or hoods on- maybe this clever and comfy sweatsuit from H&M can stand-in for dress-up. The jumpsuit makes on-and-off easy, and the skeleton motif is quite cute- check out that sweet little heart!

    $25 at H&M | Buy

    | Posted 28 Oct, 2013 by Rene
  • Admiral Ackbar Onesie

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    It’s a trap - er, nap! Star Wars fans will love receiving this Admiral Ackbar printed onesie to dress their wee Jedi in. Available in sizes newborn through 24 months.

    $18 at Saturday Morning Pancakes | Buy

    | Posted 28 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • Sleep Is For the Weak Onesie

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    Funny how newborns sleep a ton, but their parents don’t. New moms and dads will get a rueful chuckle out of this onesie, available in white, pink, or blue in a variety of sizes. Printed with eco-friendly, non-toxic ink.

    $16 at Cute and Funny Kids | Buy

    | Posted 23 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • Paris Onesie

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    A sweet ode to the City of Lights, this organic cotton onesie is a great way to commemorate a new baby’s birth city or a special destination.

    $26 at Maptote | Buy

    | Posted 23 Oct, 2013 by Rene
  • My Star Wars ATAT Pet Onesie

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    Come to the dark side…of parenthood. Engram Clothing’s sweet onesie for a budding Star Wars fan will thrill sci-fi-loving parents.

    $15 at Engram Clothing | Buy

    | Posted 15 Oct, 2013 by Rene
  • How Do You Zoo Fox Hooded Towel

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    There’s pretty much nothing cuter than a freshly bathed baby or toddler all wrapped up in a hooded towel, is there? Nope. Especially not if it’s this cheery orange fox-inspired terry towel, complete with paws.

    $46 at Land of Nod | Buy

    | Posted 08 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • Edgar Allen Poe Tin Tote

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    Hip, literature loving kids will love toting their lunch in this Poe-print lunchbox. On either side, there’s a blue-on-black depiction of Edgar Allen Poe and his faithful Raven. Caw! Nevermore!

    $18 at Plasticland | Buy

    | Posted 07 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • The Great Lakes Goods Moon and Stars Prize Ribbon

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    Is your kiddo feeling frustrated by school this year already? Give them their very own blue ribbon of awesomeness, perfect for slipping into a lunchbox for a midday pick-me-up and using as a bookmark in the future.

    $8 at Catbird | Buy

    | Posted 04 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • Scented Highlighters

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    Turn textbook time into an aromatic experience with these six fun fragranced hi-liters. The scents last as long as the ink, and include: apple, strawberry, blueberry, banana, orange, and grape. Taking notes never smelled so good!

    $5 at See Jane Work | Buy

    | Posted 04 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • Iconic Cultural World Map Fabric Decal

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    Kids will love learning about geography and world culture through this fun giant fabric wall decal that’s perfect for playroom or homework room walls. It’s like It’s A Small World, only without the annoying earworm song.

    $191 at Pop and Lolli | Buy

    | Posted 02 Oct, 2013 by Janet
  • Nobel Prize Tee

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    Sick of girl’s tee shirts that say things like, “Math is HARD!” and “Too Cool For Homework”? Us, too. Give your daughter a real hero to wear with this Marie Curie tee, complete with atomic graphic and the quote, “We must have perseverance, and above all, confidence in ourselves,” printed on the back.

    $34 at Peek Kids | Buy

    | Posted 02 Oct, 2013 by Janet

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