Guest Post by Melissa Picken.
Here’s to hoping you have as much fun at the laundromat as these stylish babiekins! Happy Monday!
Wardrobe c/o Mini Model Gallery|Dress:Wolf & Rita|Tee:Lucky No.7|Leggings:Beau Loves|Dress:Tutu Du Monde|Socks:Bobo Choses|Zigzag pants:Lucky No.7|Super Hero tee:Stella McCartney Kids|Apple Dress:Stella McCartney|Sweater:Mini Rodini|Shorts:Wolf & Rita
Though comparatively mild to the rest of our Great White North neighbours, Vancouver’s West Coast winters are no joke. So, when the sunshine decides to turn up, the city and its inhabitants get that much needed vitamin D boost. Reenergized and revitalized, the boys and I take advantage of outdoor urban life as much as we can. Aimlessly wandering, we naturally started our day at the park. Fresh air and fun times always leaves us a bit famished. We eventually found ourselves down at Granville Island for a little refuelling. Sitting outside on the pier not only allows us to take in the beautiful waterfront views but keeps the little ones occupied just enough for me to squeeze in a few bites myself. If all else fails, they also have each other to keep occupied. Unfortunately for Mase, that doesn’t always work out in his favour!
Rompers and jumpsuits have always been a staple in Carter’s wardrobe—as previously shown here—they’re an excellent layering piece. I’m so delighted to have recently added this “Happy Romper” to Carter’s wardrobe. Comfort always comes first when it comes to dressing my boys, but that doesn’t mean you have to trade style for ease or vice versa. This hooded romper is made of lightweight organic French Terry and is great for year round wear. Non-restrictive and just right for indoor or outdoor, at home or out in the world—I never feel guilty having Carter in this romper all day. Credits // Romper | Boots | Shoes | Beanie | Black T-Shirt | Striped T-Shirt | Highchair