Brooklyn Baby

22 Dec

I don’t remember much about the clothes my parents used to put on me when I was a toddler, but I do remember the pajamas — the onesies that covered your arms, legs and feet. I remember hating them. I felt like my feet were being suffocated. I wanted my feet to be free.

I’m sure every kid has to wear something they hate but they can’t articulate their hatred. I’m hoping it’s the opposite with my niece and my Christmas gifts — she loves them, but can’t say so!

Here are the handmade gifts:

So everyone will know she is a true Brooklyn-ite, a “Made in Brooklyn” onesie (made using same method as Baby G tee):

Onesie

Onesie

New booties since she outgrew of the old ones I made her:

Booties

And, some very easy-to-make “baby legs” to keep her little legs warm this winter:

Baby Legs

The baby legs look so cute, but kind of a weird concept, similar to a short skirt, long jacket:

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2 Responses to “Brooklyn Baby”

  1. Tiffany December 22, 2011 at 10:09 pm #

    the new booties are adorable! you’ve got mad sewing skills 🙂

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