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I looking for a Born at Home baby shirt. Before I pick one I want to make sure I have seen all my options. Are there any others I'm missing?

www.wearsthebaby.com/shopping/bah.html
www.attachmentscatalog.com/gifts/homeb.html
www.birthandbabyorders.com/index.php?p=132
http://www.birthwithlove.com/categor...?PID=453058164
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http://www.granolathreads.com/store/...pageID=Designs
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Not to turn anyone away from supporting a crunchy business or anything...

but...

I made my own

I just got some cute, plain onesies (in pastels, whatever color you want) and some iron on printer paper...if you have a good printer you can print out things you make in *paint* or you can ahem, *borrow* images you find online (I wouldn't take the ones they are trying to sell, I mean random images you like)

The ones I made turned out awesome and they were very inexpensive to make...and they can say whatever you want too which is cool!
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Thanks gals!

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Not to turn anyone away from supporting a crunchy business or anything...
Not to worry, you can never have enough born at home baby shirts can you?

I had thought about trying to make one by batiking the words on with wax then using low water immersion dying for the shirt. But using the computer sounds way easier! Also, I don't know how feasible it would be to get those words in wax on such a small shirt. I was scratching my head trying to think how to make a stencil.
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Have you checked out Little Earth Angels??
www.littleearthangels.com/catalog.php?category=8

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I have BornAtHome shirts on my cafepress site that I get for clients: http://www.cafepress.com/cp/prod.asp...birth.15196512
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My DD wore a T shirt that said "Powered by Mama's Milk!" until she was three years old.

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My DD wore a T shirt that said "Powered by Mama's Milk!" until she was three years old.
That would be cute too! If you are checking this thread, applejuice, do you remember who sells shirts that say that? Ideally I am looking for shirts that aren't onesies, cuz I don't really like them over cloth-diapered bottoms (though I am still getting a few onesies since there are some that are so dang cute--we'll see if I end up cutting them off and hemming them or not).
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I have BornAtHome shirts on my cafepress site that I get for clients: http://www.cafepress.com/cp/prod.asp...birth.15196512
I was looking around this site and just came across the "peace on earth begins with birth" ringer shirt! I would love to have one of those--of course I couldn't fit into it for awhile...

In any case, now I have a lot of baby shirt choices, narrowing it dwon will be tough. I appreciate all the suggestions!
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Zelda's Mom, my daughter is now twenty-four years old. I know it was from an ad in a mothering magazine in the early eighties though!

I am sure I passed that shirt down to her brothers, her cousins, and it has finally found its rest somewhere...

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My homebirth doctor used to sell shirts that said,

"organically-grown, born at home"

and

"Dr E.'s Home Delivery"

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http://www.luminocitees.com/ sells homebirth and other advocacy t-shirts. Among the birth shirts are:
A midwife helped me out
unassisted childbirth
born at home
home sweet homebirth
home birth

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http://littlelefties.com/designs.html

These aren't as much about homebirth as they are about recycling, empowering young girls, enviro concerns, loving gay fam. members, and peace. I really like the designs!

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i dont see a born at hoem one.. but there are some other cute BFing ones and stuff... http://www.cafepress.com/cp/about_me.aspx?s=hipfolks5


 

 

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Oh, Little Earth Angels now has organic cotton options. It was posted earlier.

She's also coming out with a Born At Home embroidered prefold pretty soon, I think. Mmmm, I'm getting one... or two... or nine.

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