Fall Looks for Baby from Carter's Child of Mine Line

My little guy is growing up! And while he may think he's ready to do all the big stuff his brothers do, I know that he's still a baby in many ways. He's still nursing, he loves to cuddle, and he needs clothing that is soft and comfy against his delicate baby skin.

The Child of Mine line from Carter's is one of the very first brands I came to know when I started having baby boys. The clothing comes in newborn sizes (yeah for all my tiny babies) and it also now offers "toddler" sizing.  My little man is not quite two, but he is fully grown into these 24 month outfits. I love that they make him look like a "big boy", but still offer the perks of the Child of Mine infant line, such as baby soft fabrics, no itchy tags, and pants that fit!

We've had problems in the past with waistlines that gap too much in the back or don't accommodate a diaper well. These pants are super stretchy and allow him to do all his toddler activities without losing them. (Because he's at the age, where he really should be wearing pants.)

The camo pants and thermal look long sleeve tee wash up nicely as well. Stains don't have to be your worst enemy anymore.

When Manny is ready for nighttime and lazy afternoons, know he'll be snug in these footie pj's. They are super, duper fleecy soft. They feature the traditional single snap at the top (to keep him from trying to unzip and get naked), and they have some more grownup patterns, as well.

Aren't footies adorable?? I just want to cuddle him all up in this soft outfit....

If your memories of zip-up pajamas are like mine as a kid, you don't have to worry. The zipper is very small, rests nicely against the fabric and doesn't scratch or cause baby to be uncomfortable. And you can wash and rewash these pj's.. they never lose their softness.

You can find both of these items, as well as a whole line of cute things for your guy (or gal) at Walmart and Walmart.com. And the price is so right -- just $7.44 for the pajamas and $7.94 for the outfit set.

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