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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Baby Gifts | Soft, Embroidered Nursery Bedding, Baby Bath & Onsies


We've been working on the nursery for the past couple of weeks... (photos coming soon!) trying to get everything ready for the little *girl* we're expecting in December.  There is so, so much out there for babies.  Of course, my Pinterest account (hey- you should follow me!) has been flooded with "Baby" favorites. 


Mike and I about fell over when we saw the list of things we'll "need" for the baby.  I'm not a huge "stuff" person.  In fact, I start to panic when I think about my little house filling with tacky, brightly colored baby gear and equipment.  There is a lot of good, and there is a lot of ugly... 


Speaking of the good, I just love when I come across sweet little baby things that make me swoon.  I did just that when I stumbled upon the Baby collection from Coyuchi.  You might recall how I also swooned over their striped wool blankets (that will soon adorn my bed...).



I love the vintage embroidered tea-towel look they have to them.  Vintage without being 'vintage'.  Aren't they so sweet?  And so, so soft.



What little baby doesn't need baby bird hooded bath towels?



As I mentioned, we are having a girl, but aren't all of these a perfect baby shower gift for someone that doesn't plan to find out boy/girl?



They just couldn't be sweeter.  I think I'll get this little embroidered pillow for our rocker.


I like the cozy quilted-ness of the skirt.  


Reminds me of vintage illustration for a children's book.


How chic are these?  Linen PJ pants...

You must stop by Coyuchi to see for yourself - and shop for yourself - don't forget about the striped wool blankets that are one of my Everyday Essentials for the Home.

2 comments:

  1. It's a very nice room, both peaceful and fresh. However, I do not think it is a very good example of putting together a nursery "without spending a fortune".
    Nursery Bedding,Crib Bedding, Baby Bedding

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  2. These products are looking really very nice and attractive. You can get high quality baby boy crib bedding from Jack and Jill Boutique which can be very comfortable for your baby.

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