I’m always on the lookout for cute children’s brands for Teddy (and another little one in just under six weeks, ahh!) and I was excited to discover the new-to-me brand Little English. They make the sweetest layette pieces for tiny babies and adorable pajamas for toddlers and older kids as well! I thought I’d round up a few of my favorite finds for babies, boys, and girls for anyone whose little ones’ wardrobes could use a little sprucing up for spring.

little english golf pajamas on design darling

golf pajamas (we got the matching onesie for baby brother!)  //  cable-knit sweater  //  golf set

playroom wallpaper  //  sofa with white slipcover

For baby boys: This onesie and the matching blanket are contenders for bringing baby #2 home from the hospital — I’ll still pack a few options because you never know what’s going to fit best, but this is precious and so soft! I’d also love this little bubble for summer.

For baby girls: I never get to shop for girls’ clothing (even most of our friends’ kiddos are boys!) so this was so fun to browse! I love the smocking detail on this pink onesie, this adorable scalloped bubblethese sweet frilly sleeves, and these gingham bow bloomers!

For toddler boys: I’m eyeing several more pieces for Teddy, including this striped polo shirtthis colorful button-down, these striped swim trunks, and these gingham shorts.

For toddler girls: OMG this little strawberry dress! And this colorful plaid number (or the bubble version if you prefer). Or this ric rac beauty. Also love this striped swimsuit, this gingham dress, and these seersucker shorts.

P.S. A few more of my go-to brands for baby and toddler boys: Ralph Lauren, Janie & Jack, Kissy Kissy, and Petite Plume!

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  1. Your Golf baby jammie post came at the perfect time! I just received word of my friends grandson who was born this week! Without hesitation I ordered the PJS! Thanks for making my gift decision an easy one!

  2. Little English is one of my favorites! Their pima playsuits were one of my favorite things to put my son in when he was itty bitty.