Mar 11, 2015

Aum Apparel and Dressing a little Boy


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When they told us DC was a boy so many thoughts raced through my mind. I have two baby sisters, so the idea of raising a boy threw me for a loop. When he was a newborn, it wasn't so different, except for the occasional fire hose pee mid diaper change. I wasn't prepared for that at all, but the difference between a boy and a girl became even more clear as he grew older, of course.

By nature, he is very active, and he always wants to play a game or with a car or ball, and even go on walks. He loves walks, and being outside. He is so into being active, that necessities of life for you and me, like eating, or even going to the potty are the last thing on his to-do list.

Another huge difference between having a boy, is the lack of stylish clothes. Of course, DC is a leaner boy than most, so those square cut pants are simply not cutting it, but I promise that nine times out of ten the only kind of shirts for boys are one's with the dumbest saying on them, or of characters from shows he doesn't like. The struggle is real mommas, but give AUM a look see because their unisex clothing for kids is banging!

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  1. Having a boy is the best--keeps me on my toes which I actually love. If he's active, then I'm active. :) Love his little outfit! Definitely will be checking AUM out because I'm sooo not into cartoon shirts and baggy jeans.

  2. Bahaha I literally laughed out loud when I read the lack of cute boy stuff part. It's true though, so it's cool when you see people find amazing stuff for little boys. If we have a boy for our next baby I don't know what I'm going to do since I'm used to a little girl


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