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Wheat - From your 1st Child to your 2nd

June 18, 2015

My first Wheat piece was given to me as a gift when my eldest daughter was a baby. It was the cutest onesie with a contemporary print and ruffles on the bottom. It instantly became my favorite onesie, not only for the print and style, but because the fabric was so rich and durable. I started purchasing more Wheat pieces and when my second daughter was born, she started wearing them too. We are now into the kids and toddler stages and continue to love the styles and fabrics of all of the Wheat pieces. Check out the Wheat Collection and try for yourself or send a gift.  They will love it!





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