Yeah, and not those Boston ones, either. This is going to be a pretty silly Huzzah, but here's the situation---it's impossible to find plain, white, thin cotton infant socks. Or sox. I've been to Gymboree, I've been to Baby Gap, I've been to Oilily. I guess my next option is Target, which is probably what I should have tried in the first place. Isn't it funny, though, how mad we new mothers get for designer baby wear? I know for a fact that Bean could care less what she wears; if I let her stay in the same sleeper day in and day out for weeks on end, she'd be perfectly happy. Particularly since she absolutely abhors any change in her environment. And, naturally, changing clothes is a huge environmental shift.
So I'm going to have to say, designer baby clothes? Not a Huzzah. Get back to me next week when I'm looking for something incredibly twee, I'm sure designer baby clothes will be a Huzzah.
by at July 24, 2002 5:11 PM
Heather - I had to go to Target today, and while cruising by the baby section, I did see some cute, thin, mostly-white (only the toes had solid pastel colors) socks. There were also some that came in a six-pack bag that were plain white that looked thin but being that they were in the bag, I couldn't tell how thin they were. :)
Posted by: Jenn W. on July 28, 2002 7:48 PM