Stilettos and Diapers: Toddler Style: Spring Transition


Toddler Style: Spring Transition

I think I'm finally coming into my own when it comes to dressing boys. I'll be the first to admit I was initially sad to not be buying tutus and gigantic hair bows, but these boys of mine? They're a blast to dress up. Nothing like making a little baldie look like a grown up. Just wait till you see their Easter outfits. swoon.
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These little shoes kill me! 
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Mom, can we please go in. The wind is messing up my hair.
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Jeans: Children's Place, Vest: Gymboree, Onesie: 77 Kids (Now Ruum)

It's all about the layering with kids this time of year, too. I love this vest because it keeps him warm enough in the morning, but can be taken off by the sunny afternoon. And he loves sticking his little fingers in the pockets. 

I'm linking up with my Blissdom travel buddy, Kelly for Trendy Tot Tuesday. Go follow her and link up your cutie! 


  1. He is such a little cutie! I have loved buying little boy clothes for my nephew! It was a change from looking at ballet and poodle inspired clothing, but I really have loved it. Luckily, now with my niece I get the best of both worlds, but let's be real, I will use any excuse to shop in babygap!

  2. Little boy clothes are cute. But wait until you're stuck buying THE SAME clothes for the next 20 years. Seriously. The 16 yr old wears the same style I dressed him as a toddler.

  3. Love the vest and the little chucks! He's a cutie!

  4. The little cuffed jeans are too cute!

  5. Cute! My girls love a good vest too :-)

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