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5 Pairs of Ridiculously Cute Jeans For Baby Boys

5 Pairs of Ridiculously Cute Jeans For Baby BoysYesterday I blogged about my mild, (OK, not-so-mild) obsession with baby jeans when I blogged about 5 Pairs of Ridiculously Cute Jeans For Baby Girls. So in the interest of fairness and equality (and jealousy over moms who get to dress little boys!) I’ve decided to share the baby boy version of my ridiculously cute jeans post.

*Note: These jeans maybe gave me a teensy bit of baby fever. Time to try for Baby #2 in hopes of a little boy?!

Check out my favorite denim picks after the jump!

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  • Knit-Waist Medium Wash Lined Jeans 1 of 5
    Knit-Waist Medium Wash Lined Jeans
    The knit waist on these jeans makes them comfy for baby bellies and the plaid lining gives warmth for cold days, while simultaneously offering a fun peekaboo pop of pattern.
    Jeans ($29.95) buy them at Baby Gap
  • First Five-Pocket Jeans in Deep Moss 2 of 5
    First Five-Pocket Jeans in Deep Moss
    A subtle foray into the colored jeans trend. I love this "deep moss" color and I love that it's called "deep moss". Even though they aren't basic blue, they would be a good neutral for matching with everything.
    Jeans ($24.95) buy them at Baby Gap
  • Pop-Color Skinny Jeans 3 of 5
    Pop-Color Skinny Jeans
    If you're feeling a little more bold, you can try these bright blue skinnies for your little guy. Why should baby girls get to have all the fun with colors?
    Jeans ($12.00) buy them at Old Navy
  • Grey Wash Skinny Jeans 4 of 5
    Grey Wash Skinny Jeans
    If you buy these jeans your baby boy will have a pair of jeans in practically every color - and grey is a great basic!
    Jeans ($12.00) buy them at Old Navy
  • Pocket Jeans for Baby 5 of 5
    Pocket Jeans for Baby
    Because, who isn't a sucker for a cute pocket on baby jeans?
    Jeans ($15.00) buy them at Old Navy

 

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook, or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble. More Babbling…

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