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7 Dresses That Make Me Go Squee!

One of the best parts of having a baby girl is the clothes. Yeah, all baby clothes are cute and there were some pieces that I had for my son that were downright swoon-worthy. But baby girl clothes are a special breed of adorable. I mean, have you been through the baby girls section at Target? It’s unbelievable. All these little jumpers with matching leggings and jammies with pink owls and the dresses! OMG the dresses! My son spent his infancy in onesies with stretchy pants because that’s what boys wear. There are no frilly dresses or coordinating cardigans for boys. And I don’t even need to mention the cute little bloomers that go under dresses, do I? Those could jump start anyone’s biological clock.

These days my daughter has a closet bursting with sweet dresses to wear for everyday or special occasions. I live so close to Target that I’m always in there picking up just one thing and I can’t seem to stop swinging through the baby section to add to her wardrobe. They always have the cutest stuff on sale and I snap up the next size so she always has stuff to grow into.

Here are a few of the items that have me swooning lately!


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Read more from Rebekah at Mom-in-a-Million The Broad Side. Follow Rebekah on Facebook and Twitter too!

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