Your baby and toddler girl is sure to be the most fashionable gal in town in our high-quality cable knit furry baby girl boots! These boots are guaranteed to keep your little girls feet warm all fall and winter long! These boots are made from all cotton materials and feature a fluffy faux fleece cotton lining. Buy now!
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267 : The number of baby photos you’ll have on your camera phone...after the first week.
$96,261 : Estimated “salary” a stay-at-home mom would make if she were paid for all her nanny, chef, chauffeur and other household roles, according to Investopedia.com.
715 : Loads of laundry you’ll end up doing before your baby turns one.
141 : The number of times during baby’s first year that you’ll realize you’re acting like your own mother.
16 : The number of pounds one Texas baby weighed at birth last year (whoa!).
14 : How many years the name Jacob has been at the top of the Social Security Administration’s Popular Baby Names list.
320 : The number of diapers baby will go through in a month (that’s a lot of poo).
2 : How many years the name Sophia has been at the top of the Social Security Administration’s Popular Baby Names list.
50 : The number of social events you’ll pass up to stay home with baby during the first year.
1 in 30 : The number of babies born a twin in 2009, according to a study from Michigan State University. In 1980, it was 1 in every 53 babies.
4,000,279 : The number of US births in 2010, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s 3 percent less than in 2009.
2 : Months you’ll have to wait before baby’s first smile. It’s worth the wait!
20 : The number of times a week you’ll tell your husband, “Oh, just let me do it!”
$234,900 : US Department of Agriculture’s recent estimate of how much parents spend on their child over 17 years.
32,400 : Minutes you’ll spend breastfeeding in baby’s first six months (if you exclusively nurse).
3 : Percentage of births that are twins.
84 : Number of diapers you’ll go through in baby’s first week.
150 : Crying sessions during baby’s first year (we’re talking about you, mom, not baby — including happy and sad tears).
50+: Percentage of babies born today who will live to be more than 100 years old in major industrialized nations.
6,989 : Babies conceived on Valentine's Day in 2012 (New Year's Eve also ranks high).