Bringing Home Baby | Ruthie Hart

Bringing Home Baby | Ruthie Hart

Ruthie Hart is an Austin blogger that shares wonderful recipes, tips on motherhood and all about life with her husband and two young children! She has a three year old son, Ford, and a little girl, Lucy, who is a year old. In a few short months, Ruthie and her family will be adding a new addition to their family through adoption! They are expecting their little girl to arrive this November. Through her blog, The Chronicles of Ruthie Hart, Ruthie has opened up about their journey through adoption, so if you’ve ever thought about what the process entails, I highly suggest heading over to Ruthie’s blog!

A part of bringing home a new baby is finding a special outfit they will be welcomed home in! For many, this outfit becomes a family keepsake, kept in the family and passed down when children grow. Ruthie brought her daughter Lucy home in our Natalie Jumpsuit. We were so glad she contacted us when she announced she would be welcoming another sweet girl and was looking for a special outfit she could wear home. Ruthie chose our Clementine Jumpsuit and shared her thoughts on the jumpsuit and bringing her little one home… ”

I know she will be beautiful and I want what she is wearing on the day she becomes ours to be beautiful, special, and sacred. To semi-match her sister (because I can’t get enough of matching sisters), we chose the Clementine Jumper and set from Baby Beau and Belle. Y’all I can’t even describe the beauty and quality of this collection and how much I love this company. The lace is so beautiful and intricate, even the tiny newborn booties are so detailed and unique. Baby Beau and Belle collections make the perfect outfit for baptisms, christenings, sip and sees, weddings, and holidays. And sizing is not just for babies, they have boys and girls collections and gifts as well. I cannot wait to see my daughter in this gorgeous outfit, knowing she is mine forever!”


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