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OK, so toys are fun, but what every Mom wants her kid to get for the holidays is clothes. Expensive clothes they could never justify buying, given the cost of diapers and formula. Today’s super cute items are from Hazel… which fortunately also creates women’s clothes, sold through Piper Lime. Check them out!

And… I will be going on hiatus for the holiday and potentially indefinitely. Thank you to my readers over these past two years; it’s been fun. Can you believe it, my daughter is almost ONE!

I am working on a new blog, and when it is ready, I’ll reveal it here as well.

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In our neck of the woods (or concrete, rather) we wear a lot of fleece. It’s pretty windy and cold in San Francisco. Especially in July. But who wants your baby always in Patagonia? So to the rescue is Mack and Co. We have several complete fleece outfits from Mack and Co and have been very happy with their durability and warmth. No website dedicated, but the products can be found in many places, including on other websites and at Nordstrom. Perfect gifts for the grandparents to give?

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In the blog The Mixed up Files, blogger Jennifer Bertman interviews children and young adult book authors. But, she paused to add this wonderful entry from her own mixed up files. It’s a record of children’s comments, overheard at Thanksgiving. Worth a click!

Here’s my own:

Overheard on Chestnut Street outside of Catnip + Bones:

Mom: Well, if I were a dog I wouldn’t want to wear clothes outside.

Child: Me neither. I hate that.

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Found this brand on Zulily (again, if you haven’t heard of it, and are pregnant or have some kids, you should check it out. Really, really quality stuff–and I’ve ordered from them and was very happy with shipping, products, et cetera). They’re called SoyBaby and not only are the products ecologically sound, but they are really cute and practical.

Here is San Francisco, we need a lot of long sleeves, and it’s almost impossible to find cute and long sleeves together. TADA! Here (see above) we have both.

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We’re off to the in-laws (or as my friends call them, “the outlaws”). Hope it won’t be too much of a mess.

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Blogger Jennifer Bertman interviews children’s book authors and illustrators on From the Mixed-Up Files. But she paused her interviews to relate some funny children’s anecdotes from her own mixed-up files. These were overheard at Thanksgiving… worth a click!

Here’s my own:

Overheard outside Catnip + Bones on Chestnut Street:

Mom: Well, if I were a dog, I wouldn’t want to wear clothes.

Little boy: Me neither. I hate that.

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