Pequeña's wardrobe is expanding by the day. And now that we have a huge dresser to fill, we're seeing our stack of clothing grow. But it's not all new purchases. Nope, far from it!
This is Stephen's favorite thrifted find. We actually bought it years ago at a Salvation Army in Ithaca. We bought several items that day, including my favorite -- this adorable sleep sack:
We plan to hit thrift stores again soon to see what else we might find. From experience, it's extremely hit-or-miss. But definitely worth the adventure.
This adorable sleep sack was given to us by our friends Lindsey and Sarah. It might be the cutest thing I've ever seen. It's super warm and plush -- which will be perfect because our little girl will be arriving in the coldest season.
Speaking of arriving in the coldest season, I'm in LOVE with this one-piece warmth suit that Lindsey let us borrow. I know for a fact that Pequeña will be wearing it almost every single day.
SOMETHING . . . PINK!
Stephen and I are both more-than obsessed with this pink shark robe from Baby Aspen. Not only does it speak to the marine-life lover in each of us . . . but it's also monogram-able. Sigh.
SOMETHING ON SALE:
Old Navy was having a mega-sale a few weeks ago. I picked up just a couple things (because I'm trying my best to stop shopping for anything more than basics at this point). If I remember correctly, this dress only set us back $10.
I fell behind on my sewing pursuits during the month of July. After the reversible pants my mom and I stitched together, I had made nothing else. I'm back with full force now. This sleep sack isn't finished (can you tell?!), but it's on its way.
I wanted to thank you all for your thoughtful and helpful comments and emails regarding the Preparing for Delivery Day post. I had to take an unexpected day off from blogging yesterday, but will be finishing reading through them all/responding very soon.
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