The Young Ones.

Old Navy Gap Baby Clothes Scooter Vespa Mod Dog

Here are some new scootery baby clothes from both Baby Gap and Old Navy.

First up is a mod number that looks like a top and bottom set but is actually a onesie. It’s 100% cotton and snaps at the shoulder and inseam. Sizes are from newborns to 2 years. It’s $19.95 at Baby Gap.

The pink two-piece dog-centric number is also 100% cotton and is now on sale at Old Navy for $10.00 but only the 18-24 mos. size is left. So hurry!

3-D Scooter Card … with sound effects!

You will want to only give this birthday card to your very best friends because it is so freakin’ cute! The scooter sounds true and the dog’s bark is especially precious. And it can stand alone on a shelf as a display. These Up With Paper cards can be had at Cost Plus World Markets in their wrapping paper/stationery section or you can order online for $7.50 a piece here:

This Week’s Rare Bit O’Swag:
Marie Osmond’s “Scooter Pie”

♫“I’m a little bit country, I’m a little bit scooter”♫

This cute little figurine measures 4″L x 3-1/4″W x 3-1/2″H and is called “Scooter Pie.” It’s a hand numbered Marie Osmond limited edition resin doll from her 2002 collection. Who knew Marie liked Vinos? Oh, and this is one rare bit o’swag you can get your hands on. It’s listed for $29 at this site:

Raining cats and dogs

Both Old Navy and Gap have been very scooter friendly when it comes to t-shirts. Apparently they are also friendly to both the vintage vs. new scooter camps and the cats vs. dogs tribes. Both of the shirts shown here have shown up recently in their kids departments. So it’s always worth a perusal of the sales racks if you’re in their stores.

The top shirt is being modeled by Babette S’s daughter and was found at Old Navy. (Thanks for the photos Babette!) The bottom shirt is from Gap kids. They both feature 3-D elements (the flowers on the riders’ heads) as well as lots and lots of sparkles. Sorry, but neither is available online so keep your eyes peeled!

You’re getting warmer …

With the warmer weather it is only natural that we are riding more not to mention seeing more scooters in advertising. From the top to the bottom is an ad for Altoids, an in-store sign at Target, a banner ad for Nikon cameras, a window sign for Old Navy, several stills from a Pup-Peroni dog treats TV commercial, and a banner ad for an HP phone.

Thanks to Cassie M. and Julie G. for some of these finds.