Jeans on a baby are undeniably cute. Any time you see a baby in “grown-up” clothes, it just tickles the medial ventral pre-frontal cortex, amiright?
Unfortunately, they’re not very practical – hard to get on the baby, and hard for her to sit properly with them on. Especially because she’s cloth-diapered and therefore has bubble-butt. Jeans are especially not designed for her.
So we’ve tried them a couple times, and always end up leaving them off after the next diaper change – but it’s okay, because that’s enough time to take a photo and immortalize them.
Tiny purple Henley-style shirt that makes me think of après-ski, worn with jeans, naturally.
Adorable velvet-ribbon flowers, with embroidered leaves.
COME ON. SO CUTE.
Hello again, ruffles. These jeans actually snap up the legs and crotch, making for easier access… but once they’re done up, they’re still fairly unforgiving. Not as stretchy as jeans made for adult women with bubble-butt (such as Dilovely). What did we DO before stretch denim??
Of course, this shirt looks way cooler paired with jeans. It’s all about LOVE, but slightly punky-style, like a biker baby.
Rocker-rose tattoo – I mean, appliqué.
She’s ultra-cool. You can tell by her loungy booster-seat posture.
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