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Madeline blogs and tweets about budget-friendly clothes, modest apparel, sales, her obsession with pop culture, and her pudgy little baby, Tate, on her personal blog, Uber Chic for Cheap. A former Babble contributor, she currently resides in Corpus Christi, Texas.

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3 thoughts on “20 Baby Fashion Finds [Under $26]

  1. Kristyn says:

    All adorable! That plaid flannel onesie might have to be mine (or rather, Bryce’s…)

  2. Aaron Petersen says:

    I just read all 75 of your enteries (I’m Madeline’s older brother) in one sitting. They are fantastic. I’m normally a guy that likes to see babies in athletic clothes. Miniture running shoes for miniture feet – even ones so little they can’t fully crawl yet. Something about a work out jump suit make’s them look olympian, and makes me proud of their future. Which ironically I wasn’t out of the ordinary as an athlete myself. I wasn’t incredibly fast or strong, and I never hoped my son Connor would be a professional athlete and who knows maybe he won’t be an athlete at all. Anyways getting back to your post, I loved the moto jacket and sheepskin surge hat. I found myself daydreaming of Tate being a pilot. But not top gun style, I imagined my nephew on an old motorcycle or crop duster prop plane. Its funny how baby clothes can make such an emotional connection to futures not yet realized yet almost tangible, barely beyond reach.

  3. baby girl clothing says:

    really you have good baby products ,everybody will like it.thank u.

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