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Etsy Baby Beanies


Oh how I wish I had one of these beanies when my boys were tiny babies. At the hospital where they were born in our college town, the nice ladies that knit hats for newborns made one with a team logo for our firstborn.  I made sure to pack it for the hospital 14 months later for our second born son.  But the brown crocheted beanie with football laces is irresistible.  So irresistible that you now have your choice of many on Etsy with the adorable photographs that go right along with them.  

Below are a few...click on the photo and it will take you right to the seller.  

(And refer back to this post whenever you need a little baby fix!)







And for a bigger guy for the fall 
(very appropriate for a new baby gift right now...he will grow right into it)



And my personal favorite...the crocheted helmet done in your custom team colors.


And if you're little guy needs a little bill on his beanie...


Every football coach's daughter needs this one...





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