Hey dearest friends, sorry I’ve been AWOL for a while now. Its just that a lot of things have been going on in my life recently, lots of sacrifices, lots of new discoveries – Hence the topic *winks*. Hey wait! Hold up, slow down. I’m not pregnant o, if that’s what you are thinking, infact far from it.
It’s been a while since I last saw a baby, I mean a well-dressed baby. Why is it that most of our mothers feel they can just clothe their baby in any rag and bring them out? Don’t they know that their babies are a representation of themselves? Really, they might feel no one really pays attention to what their babies put on but that’s far from the truth. Babies have a right to look good, don’t they?
‘Yes we do!’ *in telebuby’s voice*.
So for today’s fashion styles, we would be looking at African Fashion for African babies! Yay!
Let’s take a quick look at some really inspiring African dresses for babies
Oya! This is a complete Agbada (a Nigerian traditional dress for a male) for a two year old baby boy. I’m loving it.
Isn’t this just classy? Casual, yet classy. And I think she looks like me doesn’t she?
Wow! A typical traditional dress from the Igbo part of Nigeria
Hmmm…big boy! All the way from the Edo part of Nigeria. Give it up for him!
Now this is what i am talking about. It gives me so much joy to see babies properly dressed in style, who says we are not watching?
So dear mothers (or fathers as the case might be), dress up your child in the way he should go so that when he is old he would not depart from it. Just saying Or what do you think?