Guest Post: Cute Kids Clothes

Welcome to another guest post! This guest post features five cute clothes to dress your little ones in. Even though I don’t have any kids of my own, how can you not find the clothes just too darn cute! So enjoy these items that our guest bloggers has picked out. ~Sarah

girl in the wardrobe
from Benedeki on

We all love to dress our kiddos in adorable outfits, so here is a selection of cute shirts, hats and more that you can buy for your little doll! Continue on to see these finds.

Toddler Hat - Stoney Blue Chunky Pom-Pom Hat for Toddler - knitbysarah - stitches by sarah
from KnitBySarah on Etsy

1. Pom Pom Hat
This adorable hat would be cute on both boys and girls. The blue color is fun and funky and it looks handmade.

Sparkly Toddler Hat and matching Scarf - knitbysarah
from KnitBySarah on Etsy

2. Pink Hat and Scarf 

This sparkly pink hat and scarf combo would be perfect of any toddler girly-girl. Soft, fluffy and colorful this could be a fun addition to a little girl wardrobe.

lettuce turnip the beet - eco-heather grey track shirt - baby and toddler sizes
from coup on Etsy

3. Lettuce Turnip the Beet Shirt 
This awesome shirt has a cool hippie vibe and retro feel. Cute and soft, it comes in a variety of sizes and style to fit any baby or child.

I just got here & I'm already awesome.  --- white onesie, size 0-3 months.
from TinyBabyTimes on Etsy

4. Awesome Shirt
Got an awesome baby? Tell the world with this fun shirt! Hand printed with many sizes, this shirt tells it like it is. “I just got here and I’m already awesome.”

Sweet as Pi Tee Shirt

5. Nerd Shirt 
Got a baby that is as sweet as pi? Show off your nerdy side with this fun pun shirt. Anyone who can’t figure out what 3.14 is shouldn’t be around your baby anyway!

There are so many adorable outfits for kids online that you could look forever. Choose your favorite retailer or just surf the net to find your child’s next cute outfit!

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About: Jack Meyers is a regular contributor for As a detective he wants to spread the knowledge of terrible things that can happen when people don’t fully verify the credentials of a caregiver or any employee. He also writes for various law enforcement blogs and sites.


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