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!
Here’s a heirloom worthy wooden scooter from traditional French toy maker Janod. Unlike other wooden toy scooters we have featured, this one has a lot more gorgeous details like a pretend headlight, painted chrome trim and a speedo! This one also seems to be more adjustable for growing kids. The idea behind balance toys like this is to help children learn coordination skills and prep them for bicycle riding. So it’s like training wheels for training wheels. The Janod is lightweight (8.9 lbs.), measures 30.3 x 13.2 x 20.1 inches and features inflatable tires and adjustable seat. It comes in “mint” and “vanilla” colors and is on sale at Amazon for $89.95. Sorry but the chicken is not included. (I know! That makes me sad too.)
Target should just get it over with and change their red and white logo to the mod rondelle. They consistently have lots of mod themed and scooter stuff in every aisle of their wonderful store.
The latest proof: The Harajuku Mini clothing and accessories collection. The scooter â€” with training wheels! â€” makes appearences throughout the “Nerds” theme of this line. Designed by Gwen Stefani who had the same designs in adult sizes back in 2008 and covered in this post here.
The sizes for this clothing are a wee bit smaller, fitting newborns and toddlers. Prices are very reasonable with $19 for the coveralls and $13 for the shirt shown here. Stores will no doubt carry other styles, sizes and even school supplies with this design so explore your local Target soon!
Last but not least, here’s a link to the cute Harajuku TV commercial now running. No scooter in it, but still worth a look: