I bought 4 four packs of onesies, each in the four sizes for the first year, and ironed on letters so she could have onesies for her monthly photo shoots. When buying these packs, I ended up with 16 onesies, when I only needed 12 for the gift
After I learned I was expecting, I went ahead and made my own custom designs using the left over onesies and yet more iron on letters! Check out the designs I came up with and watch as Brielle grows up right before your very eyes!
Nehil is our last name so it was fitting to put this phrase on the smallest size I bought in the bunch, 3 months.
At only four weeks old, little miss wore it for our first anniversary family photo (where we wore our wedding shoes)!
Of course I always said my blog was more about my creative side than a scrolling family diary.
But you know this little one makes plenty of appearances in baby related crafting and creating posts, so might as well have the onesie to go with the occasion!
Isn’t the littlest/youngest always a favorite at family get togethers? :)
This was the best shot I could get of her as a then 7.5 month old.
This was based on a onesie I once saw pinned on Pinterest that was screen printed right on the fabric. But I think the colorful iron on letters still do the trick!
At eleven months this “I’m running right at you because I don’t sit still” shot is the best I can do to show off how cute it was on her!
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