Chop, Chop: 10 Ways to Dress Your Baby Like a Little Lumberjack

Little lumberjack chic.

As a mama living in Portland, Oregon home of tall-trees, flannel shirts and burly beards I kind of love all things lumberjack-esque.  And, I am not alone in my love of lumberjack chic – it is a pretty favored consensus around this town, where our soccer team is even called the Timbers.

I couldn’t wait to have a little boy one day so I could dress my very own little lumberjack, but as fate would have it I had a little girl.  Now that I am a mama to a little lady, my future will likely be filled with more sparkle and frills than flannel, but it doesn’t mean that I don’t still adore little lumberjack style.

Here are 10 adorable little items to help you dress your little one like a mini lumberjack!

  • 77 Little Rinsed Straight Jean 1 of 10
    Baby jeans...the staple of any stylish little lumberjack's wardrobe.
    Jeans ($19.95) from 77 Kids by American Eagle
  • Grey Baby Beanie With Wood Button 2 of 10
    I can't get over the cuteness of the little wood cookie button on this hat. Perfect little lumberjack detailing.
    Hat ($15.00) from Inamood Designs on Etsy
  • Carhartt Baby Infant Rancher Quilted Flannel Lined Jacket 3 of 10
    Even though your baby won't actually be spending time chopping wood in the chilly outdoors, you can still dress him in this adorable little work coat.
    Coat ($60.00) from Amazon
  • Infant Desert Booties 4 of 10
    Tiny baby shoes are the cutest anyway, but these little leather numbers are on a whole different cuteness level.
    Booties ($50.00) from Bear Feet Shoes
  • Carhartt Infant Bib Overall 5 of 10
    Everyone knows a little lumberjack needs a pair of overalls!
    Overalls ($22.99) from constructiongear.com
  • Burly Beard Kid’s Hat 6 of 10
    Any lumberjack, baby or not, worth his salt has a beard.
    Hat ($35.00) from Burly Beard on Etsy
  • Thermal Stitch Onesie 7 of 10
    Cozy and cute for those chilly mornings with your little lumberjack.
    Onesie ($133.00) from Tane Organics
  • Quilted Vest 8 of 10
    All little loggers know that layering is the key to staying cozy and comfortable and this vest is the perfect option.
    Vest ($34.95) from Gap Kids
  • Ribbed Socks 9 of 10
    Toasty socks for little lumberjack toes.
    Socks ($7.95) from Gap Kids
  • Navy Plaid Shirt 10 of 10
    The quintessential piece in a lumberjack's closet: the perfect plaid flannel.
    Shirt ($24.95) from Gap Kids


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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