Bringing home baby with Kissy Kissy

In Baby, Kids by Christina Montoya Fiedler4 Comments

Three weeks ago, our family of three grew by one when we brought home a 9lb 2oz baby boy from the hospital. He is everything I imagined he would be – sweet, cuddly, and oh so handsome.And as his mom, I only like to dress him in the softest clothes. So, I was happy to receive a package in the mail from Kissy Kissy Baby. Their 100 percent pima cotton clothing is perfect for baby’s newborn skin and is as fashionable as it is functional. Check out my son’s outfit here. I loved the cute baby blue and white stripes and the matching embroidered fireflies and caterpillars. The set came with a matching hat and blanket.

Kissy Kissy brand’s current collection serves up everything baby could need: Classic looks in the Kissy Kissy line, bolder statements from Kissy Kissy’s Qt-Qt, christening apparel in Besos by Kissy Kissy and embroidered and smocked garments from Kissy Kissy Premier. The line runs from preemie through size 4T.

As fate would have it, my fellow Savvy Sassy Mom friend and writer also had a baby – just a few weeks before I did. For the past nine months, we were able to share in our daily pregnant mama thoughts and realizations. And get this – we both already have five year olds and we both ended up having boys! Here’s a look at her little munchkin in his soft and cozy Kissy Kissy outfit.


Think your newborn is sweet as pie? Submit a pic of your baby in Kissy Kissy this August, and they’ll select up to 10 of those adorable faces for their next Facebook cover photo. And one of those babies will be selected at random to win a Kissy Kissy outfit.

For more about the brand please visit the Kissy Kissy website.
Where to Buy:  The Pump Station

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Meet the Author | Christina Montoya Fiedler

Christina Montoya Fiedler is a Los Angeles native - born and raised. Before becoming a mom, and writing for various parenting sites so she could be home full time with her son, she was a publicist representing environmentally progressive architects and contractors - one of whom just finished building a home completely out of parts from a Boeing 747. Now that's cool!

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