(Closed) Question for all of you on Team Green!

posted 7 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
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6009 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2009

We actually bought a lot of stuff that was in the boys’ section; I feel like many of the boys clothes can be worn by either.  Also, I plan on buying way more sleep n’ play outfits next time; they’re perfect for newborns (don’t go over the head and have easy access for diaper changes) and the big companies like Gerber and Carter’s sell a gazillion gender neutral ones.  You can buy them at Target, Wal-Mart, K-Mart, etc…

Oh, and I bought some clothes while pregnant, but I also went on a shopping spree after Addie was born for girl clothes.  😉 

Post # 4
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2408 posts
Buzzing bee

most of the gener neutral stuff are more along the lines of tshirts and onesies and pajama type things. i’ve had good luck at target and babies r us, though admittedly, i usually buy and object like a toy or tool than clothing because it takes less effort on my part. lol

Post # 5
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2538 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

We bought a ton of second hand clothes at a yard sale. They had a boy and girl, so we lucked out on getting some really cute stuff which worked for both. It’s not like Wombat is going to wear anything for long at this point.

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

to tell you the truth, we only bought a few gender-neutral things, probably less than 10 pairs of pajamas. No outfits or anything, because after my daughter was born we went on a crazy shopping spree for girl things. And I already had a son, so I still had most of his baby boy clothes. I really didn’t use any of the gender neutral pajamas after the first few weeks.

Post # 7
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1872 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

Full disclosure: I have no baby. 

But I do have friends with baby and I’m big on GN clothing as a gift-giver, so here are some of the places I get stuff (albeit, maybe on the pricey side, since I’m only a gift giver and not really the provider?): 

http://www.babywit.com/ABABY.html

http://www.oliebollen.com/default.aspx?menuLocation=t2 (they have a specific section on “unisex” clothes)

And then you can always search “gender neutral baby” or “unisex baby” on Etsy. Here are some cute shops that it pulled up:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/WrenWillow?ref=seller_info 

http://www.etsy.com/shop/KarlasKreations1?ref=seller_info (not everything is gender-neutral, but I love the Eric Carle shirts!)

http://www.etsy.com/shop/NYCrochet?ref=seller_info 

Post # 9
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5148 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

No baby here, but I have several pregnant friends at the moment so I’ve browsed baby stuff. Target seemed to have a decent selection of unisex clothing for babies.

Post # 10
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538 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

GN clothing is hard to find, the browns and the little duckies gets old after a while.  

I am not so worried about clothing though because I’m sure we will get a ton of it as gifts for showers and as long as we have enough to get through the first few weeks, we will go shopping after the baby is born. 

When my friend just had her daughter, she was Team Green as well, and after the baby was born she got another big round of gifts that mostly included clothing.  It was amazing how fast the babies wardrobe turned from GN to PINK!  

Honestly, don’t worry about clothes! 

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