A super-soft baby jumper I want for myself
This secondhand knitted alpaca sweater is one of the first things I bought for Dylan, and I have to say it has been one of our best baby purchases, by far. In September when he was still teeny tiny, I just rolled up the sleeves and it was like a nice warm dress. Now it is just perfect under his overalls and in the morning when we’ve woken up and the house is a bit cold it works a treat over his pyjamas. The brand only use un-dyed natural organic yarn and it is so soft and cuddly that I wish I had had a matching one. Dylan has just realized that he can pull his own socks off and hide them in various places, hence the socks pulled up high in the picture! Time moves so fast, we also got him a helmet to protect his baby head, because he is constantly standing up and losing balance.
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