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15 shops and sites with hip clothing for baby boys

It’s no secret I was flabbergasted and almost close to devastated when I found out my second baby was a boy. It’s not that I REALLY didn’t want a boy, it was just I was SO sure that my second baby was going to be another girl.

Right after the ultrasound my husband took me shopping to cheer me up. We figured we’d go and buy something super cute for our tiny man and I’d start to get giddy about the boy in my belly.

HA! At each store I became MORE AND MORE depressed. It’s not hard to find hip and stylin’ clothing for TODDLER boys, but it’s a whole other beast trying to find hip clothing for BABY boys. I’m talking infant sizes 0-24 months. Don’t get me wrong, I tolerate monkeys and alligators and cutesy sayings as much as, if not MORE than, your average slightly snobbish blogger :)…it’s just that I didn’t want to dress my lil’ man, Mr. Rad, in them.

Luckily I’m resourceful, ha, and since that fateful day I’ve been able to find all sorts of adorable infant and baby boy options. I’m so obsessed with my little man and Im SO glad he’s here and that he’s male. Haha, but just in case you’re having a hard time like I was, here you go!

  • Polarn O. Pyret 1 of 2
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    I can't say enough positive things about this brand. They have incredible customer service and fantastic quality. It's a bit pricer, but they also have FANTASTIC sales, so be sure to sign up for the emails. Everything I've bought from here has washed and worn really well. 

    Check out Polarn O. Pyret 

  • Small Fry Blog 2 of 2
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    Combined, the three authors of Small Fry blog have 6 little boys, and they are a stylish crew. This is a super cute site that regularly features excellent children's clothing brands, as well as styling tips for baby boys and hip finds from big box stores like Target and Wal-Mart. 

    Check out Small Fry Blog 

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