And the little dog laughed – loungewear for babies, from Shophouse


I just received my lush little package, full of goodies by baby fashion label
and the little dog laughed for tots from 0-2. I’m like a kid in a candy shop!
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the entire shopping experience was just delightful, from the super-easy menus to the no-fuss checkout.

The clothing for my ‘smallest’ son (he’s actually huge) arrived in next to no time after ordering,
and I eagerly opened the package, and discovered each item contained in a reusable
zippered bag. These bags invite all kinds
of uses – I’ll be carrying various creams for my little one in them.
As you can imagine, I’m thrilled before I’ve even gotten to the clothing!

He wore the whole outfit today – it’s described by Shophouse
owner, Bronwyn O’Loan as ‘loungewear for babies’ and the concept is to
buy several pieces to make up a basic ‘lounge’ wardrobe.
We got the vanilla cream World romper, with cornflower blue pants and
matching King hoodie. He’s just so mobile these days and I have
to say how perfect this kind of fashion is for babies and active
toddlers. Soft and stretchy, the outfit moved with him, never
restraining or limiting – he even had a go at pulling himself up to
stand for the first time, a milestone I’ll always remember – the
beginnings of trying to walk.

Sentimentality aside, the colours are swoonworthy. The blue is
clean and paired with a stunning grey trim or in the case of the pants,
contrast stitching. Best of all, the outfit made my boy look well put
together – co-ordinated, chic, comfortable. He’s a kid who has
gotten around in a lot of hand-me-downs from his brother, so it is
wonderful to see him in something a little

My favourite for the girls is the tea rose tutu romper –
this garment will be invaluable when the hot weather hits but
you need baby to look well dressed. Pink
pants with grey ruffled side stripes add a rare dimension – grey is one
of my favourite colours in decor and apparel, but it’s often hard
to find.

I could go on and on, but I’m sure you’re waiting on the nitty
gritty – the prices. It’ll come as great news then, that
the rompers are just $26 (yes, even including the tutu design!), pants
are $21, and hoodies $33. Shorts, tees, bloomers, blankets and
the most adorable soft toys complete the range. You simply must jot
over to
Shophouse to see them!


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