Friday Fav’s Cool Rompers and Jumpsuits

Okay who doesn’t love a good one piece…

Check out all my favorites below, from casual to dressy there is a style for everyone. I am thinking about the Cleobella beaded romper for Valentines Day.


T. Kilburn xo

My Top Baby Items from 6-12 months


I told myself I would not buy too many things that my son did not need; easier said than done.  It’s so hard not to justify little purchases here and there because, let’s admit it, it’s fun to shop for baby.  In the end I did not go too overboard, in my opinion, but my husband disagrees.  I did, however, compile a list of ‘must have’ items I used and some I still use everyday, check it out, and give me some of your feedback.

1.  Angel Dear baby blankets.  These are super cuddly, washable, and portable.  Tate has a rotation of three,

2.  These are the cutest multipurpose bibs/bandanas by Mustachifier.  Washable and fashionable, I have given them as gifts many times.

3.  Boon sippy cups.  Cool design, spill resistant, and easy to clean.  Did I mention dishwasher safe?

4.  BO$$ baby onesie from our new baby brand 4 eva eva.  A must for every cool kid, 100% cotton and made in lovely Seattle.

5.  Little Giraffe baby blankets.  These are soooo soft and easy to wash.  Tate loves his silver chenille blanket and sleeps with it every night.

6.  Melissa and Doug Sunny Patch Tunnel.  This is indoor and outdoor, easy to collapse for storage, fun, and colorful.  Tate plays and plays in his tunnel and sometimes I have a hard time getting the older kids out of it.

7.  Joovy Tricycoo Tricycle.  Tate is loving his tricycle and I love the Parent control and safety bars.  His favorite feature is the bell on the handle bars, mine is  adjustable  controls and safety features for as he grows.

8.  The baby snug by Mammas & Pappas.  I used this a ton as his first feeding station his first year, the seat is snug and secure and the tray is wide and easy to clean.

9.  ProSource 8 panel baby playpen.  I don’t have the most baby friendly house and this playpen was a savior.  It was easy to put together, very durable plastic and a good size for Tate to move around.  I would recommend for hard surfaces; there are suction cups on the bottoms of the panels to secure the playpen.

10.  Adidas Sambas with velcro.  These were Tate’s best first shoes.  He was not able to get them off most of the time and when he started walking they were very stable and easy for him to walk in.

11.  Joovy Groove umbrella stroller.  I have last year’s version, but many of the features are the same.  This is a light, cool, and easy to travel with umbrella stroller, which I use all of the time.

12.  V-Tech Sit and Stand Walker Activity Center.  Tate used this walker until about 16 months, this is an awesome baby toy they will love and engage with for many many months, the wheels lock when baby is starting to get confidence to walk.


T.Kilburn xo

Spring Pics with La Ree Boutique trois

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When it’s chilly outside I like to layer different colors and textures.  I paired an Alexander Wang Tunic with a Raquel Allegra slip dress.  To stay warm and add a little color, I put on a cozy Roseanna button up flannel with yummy Golden Goose riding boots.  If there ever was a time to splurge, it has to be on these boots, the quality and comfort of the leather is exceptional.  There are so many great Spring looks to choose from!  Check out!

Flannel Button up, Roseanna 

Long Sleeve Tee, Alexander Wang

Slip Dress, Raquel Allegra

Necklace, Jewels by Piper

Horse Boots, Golden Goose


T.Kilburn xo