Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Baby Clothes with NEXT

Since finding out I was pregnant it hasn't really felt really until I had my first scan. Then after a few days it stopped feeling 'real' up until recently when I felt my Baby bump harder than normal. Although it hadn't felt real, I did start buying some clothes quite early on. I had no idea how far I had gone or if everything was ok when I started buying things - which is wrong I guess but I had hope and I just wanted to see if it made things a bit more real.

Since the scan I am forever looking on websites and in stores at baby clothes. I can not wait to hopefully find out what we are having in our private booked 3D scan at the end of the month. Today, I am sharing a few of my favourite newborn unisex, girls and boys clothes from NEXT online. I have bought a couple already and I will state below which ones I have bought already.


1. Monochrome 3 Piece Set (bought already) £16.00-£17.00
2. Bright Animals 3 Piece Sleepsuits £17-£18
3. Born in 2016 (Bought already) £7.50
4. I Love My Daddy Sleepsuit £7
5. Sheep Velour Sleepsuit £10

I am in love with the monochrome style. Knowing Elliw is nearly 4 years old, I have to admit babies clothing really have changed through the years. Looking back at Mia and Elliw's baby clothes in photos they look pretty 'old fashioned' compared to this years modern clothing. But of course, to me they are not old fashioned.

1. Colourfull Dress & Tights £14-£15
2. Print Dress & Cardigan with Tights £23-£24
3. Floral Dungarees £17-£18
4. Pink Strawberry Dungarees with Bodysuit £15-£16
5. Blue Eccru Dungarees £17-£18


1. Blue Ship Set £14-£15
2. Dungarees & Body set £16-£17
3. I Love Milk Set  £13
4. Grey Striped Dungarees £16
5. Grey 2 Piece Set £11
6. Grey 2 Pack Rompers £13

15 comments:

  1. The sheer fervor of having an infant prompts everybody to spend extravagantly on child garments for the fresh debut yet the fun is brief as even the costliest of garments turn out to be little for the quickly developing infant in a couple of months' opportunity. The infant may have worn these costly garments just a couple times before it exceeds them and after that it's the ideal opportunity for looking for infant garments once more.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Its really awesome baby clothes. These cloths have really cool design and hope they have variety. Please share the buying resources.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Little Infants are the most astounding and loveable animals in this entire world. Babies have 5 times more touchy skin than a grown-up so they likewise require additional uncommon consideration of each expect either attire or child items that we are utilizing for them.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I used to fold laundry with my baby next to me and would let him feel, smell, touch the clothes while talking.

    ReplyDelete
  5. I loved this website.. Blogs are really so cute and lovely. It has also got many informative posts as well. Thanks for those wonderful posts and please keep posting in the future as well

    ReplyDelete
  6. Great collection of baby clothing. Glad to see here... Thanks!!https://goo.gl/wWDBmZ

    ReplyDelete
  7. So cute outfits of babies. Are they available on amazon??

    ReplyDelete
  8. Thanks for sharing this post awesome post. Really i like your post. This is an excellent kids dress. This very essential warm dress which is protect from very cool winter.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Are you expecting a baby? You might be tempted to buy child's clothes, although you know that the baby will always be sleeping and crying in their first weeks. But still, you find it amusing and fulfilling to buy them cute and fashionable outfits.24 hour toronto coin laundromat services

    ReplyDelete
  10. Really this very comfortable warm apparel. Specially Bangladesh is most famous country for making well known apparel because their cotton is very comfortable. we should wear very warm dress to child in the winter season's.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you so much for commenting. I love reading each every comment. I try my best to answer all comments.

ABOUT

Life as Mum is written by Beth, who lives with her partner and three children in a small village in North Wales. Life as Mum started back in 2012 to document their family life and adventures. She now covers various topics that relate to their family life. Click here to read more.
TOTS100 - UK Parent Blogs
TOTS100
users online
Written by Beth // Life-As-Mum© ALL Words and photos are my own unless stated otherwise. Powered by Blogger.

Flickr