Friday, 26 June 2015

Baby Bits - H&M Haul

How many clothes are too many clothes for a baby?! I feel like he has masses already but I'm also very aware of the number of poo and vomit incidents I need to account for, plus the fact that my husband seems to throw things into the washing machine after just looking at them. I seem to have approximately 382 white vests and 215 baby grows but not a lot inbetween yet. 

Most of Pea's clothes so far have come from Tesco and Asda because I just don't see the point in spending a mass of money on something he'll be wearing for 5 minutes. Someone mentioned how cute and reasonably priced H&M baby clothes are so I had a little nose online and am completely sold on them! This is my second order and I'm sure there'll be more to come because they really do have some lovely bits. Everything is so soft too, I'm not ashamed to say I spent a good 10 minutes rubbing those hats on my cheeks and cooing at myself. 






The storage box is brilliant, it's the same size as the ones from Ikea so fit the Kallax furniture series perfectly. H&M have masses of colours and patterns including a grey and white star one which I'm going to get to go in his bedroom too as it's being decorated in grey, white and yellow. I'm thinking I might get a 2x2 Kallax unit to use as storage for toys and such. And by 'such' I mean, anything I can't be bothered to find a proper home for can just be shoved in there and hidden away!

Where is/was your favourite place to shop for cheap and cheerful baby clothes? 

Love,
Mrs D & Pea x
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5 comments

  1. Not ashamed to admit there was a lot of Primark going on for baby jarmies and such in my house. They used to do the best buggy blankets... and when there's twins to buy for, cheap is good!!

    I'm in love with those oilcloth boxes. Going on the wishlist! I have the 2x2 ikea unit with fabric boxes covered in felt tip pen and food stains. Oilcloth would be amazing. (Yes my lot ARE that messy- bunch of animals!) xx

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  2. Omg they are so cute. I have three children the youngest is 9 now but oh those clothes are making me broody.

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  3. Can never have too many clothes unless you want to spend half you time washing. Love the dungarees , they are a must for Pea.

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  4. Totally supermarket and Primark were my cheap go to places. Also asda does a box of babywipes. Multipack which is great and aldi nappies are fab! Hold so much more than Pampers so less chance of leaks especially during the night :)

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  5. My friend told me to look in Next Clearance (online) and I found so many lovely things. The discounts are amazing! xo

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