|Onesies for Baby Boy Tanner|
Although I don’t have any kids of my own (yet), I am no stranger to all things baby. I grew up with baby cousins, worked in daycares and now have nieces, nephews, and second cousins I love and adore. One thing I can’t understand is the price of cleverly-worded onesies! I mean, the kiddo wears it a few times and if he or she doesn’t ruin it with food, spit up, or other fluids, it is worn a few more times and grown out of. My solution??? Buy a five pack of onesies at Target for around $7.00 and buy iron-on transfers to come up with my own. Using (non-copyrighted) images found, clip art, and Microsoft Word Art, I was able to come up with five onesies and a bib for my sister’s baby boy, scheduled to arrive in September. Word to the wise: Make sure you invert any and all letters before printing onto iron-on transfer paper or it will show up BACKWARDS on your onesie. (You would think making the mistake once would force me to always make sure I did it correctly but, uh, not so much!)
|My sister's maiden name is "Beaver," hence the bib|
|Guess whose parents are Republicans???|
|Helping mommy and daddy to look on the bright side of late night feedings and diaper changes|
Added Bonus Onesie: I should also mention that we also made a long-sleeved shirt for my brother’s baby, Camdyn, with the message “Auntie Kyra and Uncle Michael are bringing me a COUSIN” to announce my sister’s pregnancy news to my grandparents, aunts, and uncles. While Camdyn was NOT a huge fan of her extra outfit change, the announcement was a HUGE success!
|Camdyn "enjoying" her announcement onesie|