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06/30/2009 at 12:00 PM ET

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Shan on

When my three year old was a baby, she could not wear yellow. It made her look jaundiced. So we avoided that color when choosing her clothes. Now that she is older, it is no longer a problem.

MZ on

I do sometimes pick my son’s clothes based on what he looks good in. For the first few months he was in hand-me-downs, which hey! when I have free clothes I’m going to use them, lol. Now that I am buying his clothes, I tend to stay away from yellows (makes him look yellow) and whites (they stain) and gear towards blues and greens because they bring out his eyes (and they are my favorite colors :-p). But, as I type this, he’s wearing a yellow and white onesie that a friend gave us!

UggaMugga.com on

I totally consider my children’s skin tones and hair color when choosing clothes for them. Why not? I do it for myself! Don’t they deserve to look their best too? (:

brannon on

Same here – always go for my sons best color which just happens to be light pink.

Shelby on

I am SUPER excited that you shared the birth of Ryan and Cole’s newest addition Tessa! I love reading that blog and the family is incredible, congrats!

Maddie on

Me too, Shelby. I’ve been reading Ryan’s blog since CBB posted it, it’s so sweet. I also love that CBB have been giving us random updates on this family. Cole will be glad the baby’s finally here!

fay on

i actually buy her the colors i like best… i love pink, but not that pale, pastelly pink… she wears a lot of greens and yellows, and fushias cuz those are the colors i like… plus i’m a young hip mom (yeah right) but i gotta keep my girl young and hip (shes 3 mos, can’t get much younger than that… right… smile)

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