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My Baby's Brush With Fashion Fame

By Lauren Hartmann |

My child the future fashion blogger?

Last week I got an e-mail from someone at American Apparel.  Apparently they saw my “What Fern Wore” post over on my blog and added her photo to the “Seen and Submitted” section of their website since she was wearing an AA onesie and cardigan that had been gifted to her.

So funny to see my little baby on the website of a clothing brand.  I told her she was almost famous and her response was to blow some spit bubbles. Apparently babies are incredibly unimpressed when it comes to fashion.  Oh well.

Read after the jump to see a photo of Fern’s brush with fame!

There she is.  WAY down in the right hand corner.  Hey!  I said “almost” famous didn’t I?  Perhaps I’ve got a future fashion blogger on my hands.



















•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.

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Lauren Hartmann is a wife, wardrobe stylist, and mama living in Portland, Oregon. She writes about her adventures in motherhood on Babble's Baby Channel. You can also find her blogging at The Little Things We Do or obsessively partaking in social media. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lauren's latest posts →

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One thought on “My Baby's Brush With Fashion Fame

  1. Jamie says:

    Fern is way cuter than the AA baby model…can I say that? hah!

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