Green Little Beans - Childrens Clothing
By Amy Covington
After waking up at 2 a.m. to feed your precious bundle of joy, a name like Green Little Meanies might be more appropriate than Green Little Beans. But after you take one look at your sweet angel's face (that is before she spits up on your brand new sweater); you want to give her the moon and stars.
Since you can't reign in the heavens, material items (and your unconditional love of course) will have to do. You had every intention of knitting your baby's entire wardrobe because handmade clothes just feel better. But as every mother knows, at the end of the day you don't have the time or energy to whip out the knitting needles. Fortunately, Green Little Beans' clothes are hand made with such special care everyone will think you made them yourself. Not only do you get the benefit of homemade clothes, your friends will think you're Super Woman.
Your baby will be so comfy in her cozy, hand-knit cashmere pullover ($46) from Green Little Beanies that she?ll forget all about the carrots & peas mash she wanted to throw up (we can only hope, right?).
Aside from changing diapers and cleaning up partly digested baby food, there are plenty of fun parts to parenting. Like dressing up your baby girl. The Elegant Princess Dress ($130) was made for your little princess. Featuring an empire waist dress and flare skirt, this chic dress is made with hand women cotton, silk and viscose microfiber blend yarn, making it heavenly soft. A -must-have for future fashionistas! Have a baby boy? You can still pay dress up. Your little guy will look adorable in the cashmere lion set ($176). Knitted by hand with cashmere and cotton, your baby will be all set for winter. And what about those tootsies? Baby booties ($17) are an essential part of any baby?s ensemble. Keep those little piggies covered with these luxuriously soft wool booties. Get one in every color!
About The Author
Amy Covington's passion is writing about the good things in life: food, wine, fashion, and travel. Her writing credits include Downtown San Francisco Magazine, Dining Out San Diego Magazine, among many others, as well as numerous consumer and luxury websites such as http://www.justluxe.com and http://www.livingluxe.com.