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Ultra Personalized Baby Blankets

The warmth, snugness and peace of mind that a baby’s blanket is always associated with are what inspires us to buy them for new bundles of joy in the first place.

Now, you can personalize baby blankets with more than just a name or embroidered initials. Fill in the Blankie personalizes blankets with sayings, quotes, poems and much more. Although they are also known for going the traditional route – embellishing their colorful options with baby names and initials- allowing a “blankie” to be customized with something more meaningful is a wonderful and special touch.

Visit Fill in the Blankie to see all the color and pattern options available. Don’t forget that these personalized baby blankets make a fantastic gift!

Speaking of personalization. Check out the Spunky Stork’s custom onesies and tees!

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“WHAT?!?!” This was my exuberant response after seeing the final edits from the Spunky Stork’s new promotional model, Harper Morrison’s photoshoot.

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Photographer, Stacy Jacobsen (who lives in Washington) was able to get some phenomenal shots of little Harper, and also managed to perfectly and effortlessly (okay, it looks effortless) capture the quirky and fun essence of our line.

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If you want a great photographer, check her out! I live in NYC and she was able to work with me remotely from here. Amazing. Not to forget Harper and her wonderful mommy, Amanda, who were such troopers and unbelievably easy to work with.

To learn more about Stacy, visit her website Stacy Jacobsen Photography.

To check out that little nugget of cuteness visit Stacy’s blog entry featuring Harper and the Spunky Stork.

Harper is now accepting baby model gigs and can be contacted through her agent at HarpersHappenings.com.

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Because Twins Are So Much Cuter in Matching Onesies

I just had to share some pictures of Audrey and Natalie from The Foster Family blog wearing Spunky Stork’s organic ladybug onesies. The best part about this series of pictures is that they showcase the all-too-familiar story: the struggles of being twins and sharing.

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