Hi friends! How’s your day going so far? Same old, same old over here. I’m covered in dog slob and baby barf, the house is a mess and I’m sure something in the house will break today…if it hasn’t already. Other than that, I’m great! Wouldn’t trade it for the world. Mostly because of my wonderful little guy.
Speaking of little, have you heard of Little Misfits?
They are a great little company that make rad clothes for babies, toddlers, kids….and adults! (But I’ve found that since having a little one of my own, he gets all the cool stuff and mom’s wardrobe gets put on the back burner. Am I right?)
From their website:
- What Makes a misfit?–> Fearless and authentic self expression. Got it. But since my babe is still a wee one, he’ll wear what I want him to express!! Never fear, he’ll be allowed to do what he wants once he gets older.
- What’s a little misfit?–> A rad kid raised in the misfit culture. I’m not really *out there* but you bet your bippy that Wes will be able to help us brew wine and get us a beer from the fridge before he’s in school! PS: Child services, please don’t take my kid away for having said that. We’ll be good, I promise
The people at Little Misfits were awesome and allowed me to pick out an item from their website for Mr. Wes to model. I LOVE that with all the options, you also have the ability to add little tattoo sleeves! So cool. I probably would have opted for that if Wes was a bit older just so that he could fill them out a bit more. But as soon as I saw the Guess How Much I Love You onesie, I knew I had to choose that one! It’s something I used to say to Tyler when we were dating “love you to the moon…” (I still love him, I just don’t say it anymore. He’s not offended).
I chose the smallest size (0-6mo) and what do you know, my little chubster fills it out nicely as just 2 months!
I think my favorite thing about this design is that it’s a reflective, shiny gold. Makes my kid stand out among all the others in boring puppies (still love them), tractors, and dinosaur outfits. Actually, I think it’s making me bring the saying back. Yep, I think I’ll start saying it to Tyler again. I mean hey, I love him enough to have a kid with him…right? 🙂
See? Still looks cute on a kid with no neck! Disclaimer: He has a neck. It’s just buried. I look for it every few days to make sure it’s still there.
Layla ALWAYS has to be in the photos. I think she was a model in a former life.
Another cool thing about Little Misfits is that they come out with a Misfits For a Cause collection which features a different charity each month and 100% of the proceeds to go that charity! June’s charity is the Tim Horton’s Children’s Foundation which sends children from low-income families to summer camp.
I REALLY love this onesie and I just hope Wes doesn’t grow too quickly so we can get a few more wears out of it. I already have in mind some places where he needs to be seen in it! Call the paparazzi.
Next order for us will definitely include a shirt or onesie with the tattoo sleeves. Because….RAD.
Thanks Little Misfits for the onesie..Wes loves it! (Does barfing on it count as a token of affection? The good news is, it washes well!)
what a cute onesie! He is getting so big!!
Tyler unofficially weighed him last night and he clocked in at just under 16 lbs which is ENORMOUS!
What a great choice for onesie. Looks cute! We are waiting for our shirt to come still. I can’t even remember what I ordered so it’ll be a big surprise!
I only wish we had good weather last week when taking photos! I would have loved to take some outdoors. I was SO dark out when I took these!
Love your choice! I’ll have to check out their website
Cute onesie! Wes is a great model 🙂
Good choice for sure! LOVE the gold. He is a great little model. I love their stuff too.
That disclaimer was really funny. But it is true, they get so chubby the neck does get misplaced.
So adorable!! Rolls for days!! I love that book- read it to A&L all the time.
It’s hard to find boy stuff that isn’t all charactered up. I thought I would spend less money dressing a boy but I was sadly wrong.