Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Cute Overload

Chuk and I got these two bathing suits for our little six-month old niece. Why do they have to make kids' clothes so freaking cute? I thought I didn't have a biological clock, but then I see the clothes and my clock starts ringing like crazy.

It all started when a guy at my temp job brought in his less than one-year old daughter. She was the most beautiful child I have ever seen in my life. Seriously. Not cute, beautiful. I got to hold her and play with her and ever since I've been ruined. I see babies everywhere now and I just want to hold them and kiss their chubby little cheeks. I have to hold myself back because I'm sure their parents wouldn't want some crazy stranger grabbing them and kissing them.

Now, if you're like me and seeing cute little babies (or even cute little baby clothes) tempts you to do some unauthorized cuddling with the nearest child, then do what I do. 1) Clean cat pee up off your carpet or 2) Read the blog post from November 5 here. It helps take the baby cravings away.


  1. God, it's so true. They make such ADORABLE clothing for little girls. It makes me want one so bad!

    But then I remember that it's a 24 hour job and I can barely get myself and my husband dressed and out the door in the morning. Oh yeah, and they're expensive.

  2. good taste! I've seen some really dreadful little girl bathing suits, too. I got one for my girl from Land's End this year to avoid the cheapie pink and purple and sequin numbers at the mall.

  3. They do make seriously adorable baby girl clothes. SERIOUSLY cute. And they can be expensive, but the can be really, really cheap if you know how to work it. I wrote about that last month here: http://thesavedquarter.com/2010/03/16/clothing-kids-close-to-free/


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