Mommy and Me Spring Outfits

I found this quote on Pinterest and it completely resonated with me.  Being a parent is being there through tantrums, the milestones and the tears. Being a parent means you love that little person which you created, more than you could ever love yourself or anyone else! You’d readily lose sleep to comfort them from their nightmares.  You would risk your own life for that small person, you’d surely die to save them if you needed to. Being a parent is NEVER a burden, it’s loving somebody else wholeheartedly and unconditionally, for eternity! Being a parent to your child is NOT a job, it’s a privilege, cherish it.

Milan’s outfit: Dress: Target striped dress (size 2T) | Trench: Gap kids (similar HERE) | Hat: Gap kids (similar HERE or HERE) | Tights: Old Navy (similar HERE) | Boots:  Hunter Boots (size 6) | Basket: Luggy Basket

My outfit: Dress: Banana Republic (size XXSP, another option HERE) | Coat: c/o Banana Republic (size XXSP, love this pink one HERE) | Boots: Hunter Boots big kids (size 4)

bunny coat pink suitcase pink hunter boots hello kitty moccasins bow hat

Suitcase: Olli Ella pink suitcase | Hat: Target | Coat: c/o Little Goodall bunny coat (have this unicorn version too) | Dress: Nordstrom | Shoes: c/o Freshly Picked | Sandals: c/o Freshly Picked | Art: c/o Shenasi Concept | Boots: Hunter Boots | Bag: Old Navy | XOXO (similar HERE) | Palm Leaf | Camera: Instax Mini

mommy and me matching utility jackets black jeans spring outfit

Milan’s outfit: Jacket: Carters utility jacket (size 3T) | Bodysuit: c/o Wheatkids (similar HERE) | Jeans: Old Navy | Shoes: c/o Freshly Picked | Turban: c/o Blu Taylor (similar HERE)

My outfit: Jacket: Forever 21 (similar HERE) | Top: Leith bodysuit (similar HERE) | Jeans: Topshop | Shoes: J.Crew

mommy and me matching pom pom cream ivory cardigan sweaters bow sunhatsmommy and me matching pom pom cream ivory cardigan sweaters

Milan’s outfit: Sweater: c/o Chicwish (size 18-24 months) | Dress: Old Navy | Tights: Old Navy | Shoes: c/o Freshly Picked (similar HERE) | Hat: Target

My outfit: Sweater: c/o Chicwish (size XXS) | Skirt: c/o Shein (size XS) | Top: Leith bodysuit (similar HERE) | Hat: c/o Tuckernuck bow hat | Blanket: Target

mommy and me matching swimsuits polka dot swimsuit palm print swimsuit pink ruffle swimsuit

Polka dot swimsuit | Pink ruffle swimsuit (on sale for only $5.99) | Palm print swimsuit | Milan’s hat | My hat

milk coffee pink sweatshirts mommy and me matching outfits striped pants

milk coffee pink sweatshirts mommy and me matching outfits striped pants

Milan’s outfit: Milk sweatshirt (size 3 yrs) | Pants: Old Navy (size 3T)

My outfit: Coffee sweatshirt (size small) | Leggings: American Eagle (similar HERE)

Room details: c/o Kidkraft pink table set | Cake stand | Teepee with cushion (similar HERE or HERE) | Hot air balloon | Blanket ladder | Rug (similar HERE)

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  1. Thank you for sharing! I love wearing Mommy and me outfits with my daughter. I’m definitely considering purchasing matching swimsuits for the summer!

    • Yes so cute! The women’s swimsuits look like they run big but the kids run true to size and possibly small. I just washed them and will try them and see. 🙂

  2. Love that quote – thank you for sharing it!
    I am due in 4 weeks and I cannot wait to hold my baby girl! You inspired me so much over the years, Annie, and seeing you and little Milan made me wish someday I will be just like you two!
    XX

    • OMG Elena! Congratulations! How exciting! And you’re having a girl? You are going to love it. So much fun dressing them and doing mommy and me outfits. Hehehe

  3. Annie, you are beautiful and strong, and Milan is so lucky to have you. I’m not quite sure what’s been plaguing you and I don’t like to make assumptions, but just remember that you got to keep the best part of him, which is little Milan.

  4. Being a mother means that you are excited when you and your three daughters wear the same size shoe. Being a mother means that you laugh, instead of fume, when you see a picture of your daughter’s friend on Instagram, at college three states away, wearing your favorite sandals, the ones you bought at Selfridge’s.