Parents love seeing their little ones to big kids dressed in adorable, unique, and good-quality fabric that lasts. We celebrate when we find traditional yet engaging, sustainably produced, sturdy and adorable toys and books for our children’s developing minds. Parents shouldn’t have to wonder where the good products they can trust are. These Washington DC baby stores would agree with you. Quality picks like this you don’t want to miss out on!
Elizabeth Mahon, the founder of Three Littles, was a nanny in DC for almost a decade. Three of those children inspired the name of her shop. When shopping, the lack of thoughtful and sustainably produced toys available frustrated her. Mahon believes toys should stand the test of time and be something we should look forward to passing on to future generations.
Located at 1260 4th St NE, Washington, DC 20002, you will find this airy shop with a Scandinavian-minimalist aesthetic that you can’t help but go in. The store supports gender-neutral and sustainably produced clothing, accessories, toys for tiny tots, and bath salts or candles for tired parents. This DC baby store has it all, including in-store shopping, online shopping, and curbside pickup!
For the littles
For the Grown-ups
She even has classes, workshops, and parties!
While this once adorable baby boutique is no longer a brick-and-mortar DC baby store, it is still very much in business! Shanlee Johnson, founder and owner of Little Birdies Boutique and Pineapple Sunshine clothing brand, launched her company in 2013 and was sad to see her doors close in 2020.
Believing in her products and business, she adapted to the new normal. Working hard, Johnson made Little Birdies’ online presence strong and available to everyone! You can find Little Birdies products online through Facebook, Instagram, and of course, their website. You’ll find an abundance of upscale-southern chic must-have items there!
If you’re expecting, you can create a baby registry of all your favorites! There is even a section for Mom AND a sale section! Who doesn’t love a sale?
Soyini George, the founder of Yinibini Baby, has always loved the arts. Her calling to open Yinibini came from her loving memories of family. Memories of her Great Aunt pinning and gathering fabric on her as a young girl in Guyanese, South America, all while having elaborate conversations, is present as she handmakes her clothing and accessories.
Her Great uncle’s garden, which she loved, is the inspiration for all her textures, colors, and patterns. All screen prints are done by hand with her own original illustrations. Soyini takes the time to carefully select every item to encourage inspiration and imagination play. You can find ample whimsical and enchanting products under each category.
You can find everything you want and more at this art-filled DC baby store located at 716 Monroe Street, NE, Studio #17. She even offers curbside pickup!
Lan Lee is the proud owner of Pink and Brown Boutique, uniquely named after the colors in her daughter’s room. Lee’s son developed allergies and eczema after birth, and that started her hunt for breathable organic cotton made with natural ingredients and dyes. When she came up empty-handed, her desire to open her own store grew into a mission.
Families should have easy access to organic, natural, eco-friendly, and sustainably made products. Pink and Brown Boutique has been supplying parents with the ability to dress their children in 100% organic cotton and designer clothes as well as eco-friendly and safe products for 14 years.
The gorgeous storefront is at 1129 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. You can also shop her selection online and receive curbside pickup.
When it comes to our kids, we want cute, durable, engaging, and quality products that they love too. So not only do these DC baby stores offer those standards, but you get the benefits of shopping locally, supporting your community, and supporting small businesses.
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