Babies are adorable. Babies dressed in grown-up clothing are, oftentimes, even more adorable. For example, my friend Kate keeps threatening to buy my future offspring tiny Converse sneakers, because I wear them all the time (no, Mom and Dad, this is not an imminent threat, she’s said it for the entire time I’ve known her. She’s a baby shoe fetishist or something).
Right, the post.
So, babies in grown-up clothing can be very cute.
But let’s face it: if your kid doesn’t have the body to pull of skinny jeans, don’t even bother. I don’t care if it’s baby fat, your 3-month old is looking a little hip-y, and it’s just not a good look for her. In fact, you might want to think about getting her a little more exercise, because nobody likes a chunky baby. And for the rest of you, don’t even think about putting your daughter in those bulky diapers if she’s going to wear these. The only thing grosser than a fat baby in skinny jeans is a baby with Visible Diaper Line. Get some thongs or something, because I don’t want to have to see the outline of your baby’s diaper ever time she’s crawling around on the floor in her skinnies.
Wait, can babies crawl at 3 months? Whatever, the point is, it’s gross, and I don’t want to see it. If your baby doesn’t have the figure, don’t humiliate her or yourself.
But if your baby does have the figure to make these work, congratulations: you’ve got one sexy infant.