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Dinosaurs for baby girls

Uploaded: Mar 15, 2018
Our family is loving Carter's dinosaur baby girl clothes. Our littlest loves playing with her brother's dinosaurs. We don't know yet if she is a budding paleontologist or if she just likes following in her brother's footsteps. Either way, when I saw dinosaur themed baby girl clothes, I knew that they would be perfect for her.

Our middle child has a handful of outfits that match her little sister. They have a couple matching pajamas, dresses and shirts. And whenever she asks for more, it won't be challenging to find matching outfits.

But we don't have any matching outfits for baby and her big brother. I could buy gender neutral pajamas, but I doubt our son would be very excited about them. These baby girl dinosaur clothes are perfect. Their outfits aren't an exact match, but I love giving our son and baby another connection that they didn't have before. It gives our son an excuse to chat with baby about dinosaurs. Soon enough we may need to start baby's own collection of dinosaur toys.
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