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Any ideas? I know, it's still early, but I'm trying to do some things ahead of time with Christmas coming and all. It will be February. It will be cold, not snowy cold, but still cold. Haley was easy, just a pretty dress and all. I don't know about a boy. I thought of just a comfy footed sleeper or something, but I don't know. Any ideas are greatly appreciated. Also, Haley weighed 10 lbs 3 oz. So, I kind of don't know if he will be big too or now.
I've been kind of thinking about it. Not because I KNOW it's a boy yet...but...I'm seriously thinking so. I'm really not sure. I'm on the lookout for a warm outfit that just screams "BUY ME"
Both Erin and Cora were on the small side. Cora was 6lbs10oz and Erin was 6lbs14oz. Of course, both were 2 weeks early. So I'm not really expecting a huge baby. I know what you mean though, I wish there was a really good way to tell the size the baby will be!
I think anything that screams at you is a great choice. You will forever associate the day you brought baby home, with that particular outfit. Sid's was a cute little footie outfit, those work great. I'm still looking for Little Miss' coming home outfit too. Nothing has screamed "I'm the One" at me yet.
Having had 2 boys born even in summer, I usually go with 3 piece outfit. DS#2 was born in April and the day I brought him home it was 40 degrees. I personally love Carters since they run a tad small but with big babies, NB usually fits perfectly on my big babies (DSs were 8lbs 14ounces and 9lbs 4 ounces).