Freshly born babies come wrapped in cabbage by default. Today's deal ensures a patch-born child's first store-bought outfit is a memorable one. For $12, you get $25 worth of baby clothes, books, toys, and more at Rock the Cradle. The modern, hip baby boutique in between Speer/Baker stocks a well-edited and affordable selection of quirky, cool, and covetable pieces for the non-ironic infant.
Onesies ($19–$20) at Rock the Cradle run the gamut, from boombox-enblazened lilac numbers to an aspirational librarian piece. Quirky plush playthings include mini puff dogs ($12), Kicky Pants soft toys ($11.50), and Stitch Kittens ($18). Parents-to-be, baby-sitters, or Lilliputians can also browse bibs ($13–$14), burp cloths ($12), and Rockabye Baby CDs. Stop by the DIY T-shirt bar where you can purchase a blank garment, pick out an iron-on patch, and adhere the pattern in-store.
Outfit your offspring creatively to nurture creative talents at a young age, or mimic cartoon characters by purchasing multiples of the same outfit so you can always spot your kid in a crowd. Rock the Cradle offers possibilities for all-sized budgets and has gift ideas for all baby-related events. Grab a proper present for an upcoming baby shower, first birthday, or baby air-guitar championship.
- You're that hip musician couple that's suddenly found yourselves with a mini-me and too much fuzzy-bunny-cutsie baby attire. This shop's got you covered, from stylin' bibs to Bob Marley-inspired lullaby CDs. – 5280
- Inspired by their nephew Colin, owners Melissa and Brian Ball created this boutique clothing shop for "kids with attitude." Indeed, the hipster-parent market loves the too- cute-for-words onesies (the Mr. T print is one of the best sellers) and other plain and print shirts, dresses and shoes for their favorite rock stars in diapers. – Denver Post
- Stop and shop, but when you visit, be sure take advantage of the DIY T-shirt bar, where you can pick a blank onesie and customize it with an iron-on transfer, right there in the store. Call it fashion in the moment, mini-sized. – Westword