Clothes for my baby girl

Today’s post is about recent finds and what clothes for my baby girl we have been given. We have been so lucky with family and friends giving us lots of clothes for baby girl.
Isn’t funny that before I had baby girl I never used to take any notice of the children’s clothes departments in supermarkets?
I can tell you now that’s changed! I’m straight over to the sale section hunting out bargains. I didn’t realise how fast babies grow. She is 9 weeks old and for the past couple of weeks she’s been in 3-6mths. It’s because she is very long, must take after her 6ft 4 daddy! Her sleep suits are baggy in the middle but fit her perfectly length ways.
We picked up this cute little pink dress in the sale at Sainsbury’s for her. It was £12 down to £6. I love the little matching pants inside that come with them!
This little pink dress will be perfect for her great-grandmothers 100th birthday party in July.

One of my husbands co-workers bought her this gorgeous little baby gap long sleeved vest. Baby gap clothes are so cute and good quality.
Another one of my husbands co-workers bought baby girl this stunning little red patterned dress from Monsoon. Again fantastic quality and beautiful design.
My mum loves to knit so has been knitting away cute hats and booties from any spare wool she has.
When we popped along to The Cornwall Baby Show last Sunday we stopped by The Happy Birth Project table where they had lots of knitted hats and booties for sale. We bought this cute white hat as the money was going to The Happy Birth Project charity which is run by midwives from our local hospital where baby girl was born.

 

This was our baby girl’s clothes roundup for the past couple of weeks.
 
Do you love to shop for bargains in the kids section in supermarkets?
 
 
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20 thoughts on “Clothes for my baby girl

  1. That monsoon dress is gorgeous! I got lucky for the first year and had a lot of clothes passed on to me from my sister, but now she's 2 my daughter has caught up in size with her 3 year old cousin so there's not as much coming our way! My husband is 6'4" too, and our daughter definitely has his genes! x #KCACOLS

  2. Love the pattern of the dresses! We have managed to buy pretty much everything in the sale for our baby girl. I love finding bargains and it means if she doesn't wear it long I won't feel guilty spending the money. I have quite a lot of winter clothes stocked up already in bigger sizes! #KCACOLS

  3. These are really cute clothes Rachel especially the knitted hats – your Mum is a brilliant knitter, it's so nice to have unique and personal items. I'm with you, and my daughter grows out of her clothes so quickly, so I try to buy her clothes in the sale for the next season depending on her age. In the summer sale I will see if there are any Autumn/Winter clothes for when she will be about 18 months. I find that the John Lewis and Mamas and Papas have excellent clothes in the sale. I hope that you have a fab birthday party in July. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you can come back again next week. Claire x

  4. We've been going through all the clothes we've been given today, sorting them all into sizes and so on. So many adorable little things!! #KCACOLS

  5. Those dresses are gorgeous! I miss the sheer amount of choice there is for baby girls. I used to love picking up beautiful bargains for my daughter. With my son I do find there's a lot less choice for boys in supermarkets and the high street (although Gap and H&M are good exceptions) so I tend to buy more things from independent brands and Instagram/Etsy handmade shops. When my wallet will let me! x #KCACOLS

  6. Baby girl dresses are just adorable! It's great you've been gifted and handed clothes from family and friends. It's so expensive kiting out a baby! We've bought very little for our munchkin #KCACOLS

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