Sticky Bellies: Adorable Milestone Stickers

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What is it about those '??milestone'? baby photos that are so cute? You know, the ones with their ages written on a piece of paper or something? We took a photo of our daughter with blocks spelling out '??six months'? on a blanket in front of her. And I'??ve seen several One-Year Old T-shirts out there. (Note: I would kill someone if they put my age in front of me for a birthday photo. Ah, youth.)

How cute would it be to do one photo every month? Now you can with Sticky Bellies. These adorable big circles are sticky, so you can gently place on your little one to document them as they grow. Just stick, snap (the photo, that is), and remove.

There are Oh Sew Cute stickers for both boys and girls and they go from 1-24 months. The Oh Sew Adorable set for girls boasts gingham, polka dots, and dainty flowers; while the Oh Sew Handsome sticker set for boys is in preppy plaids and argyles. The original Sticky Bellies set is just as adorable, in basic bright and bold, gender-neutral colors.

They'??re also pretty durable, so you can reapply'??the perfect way to share the numbers with twins during their solo shots or maybe your little diva-in-training wants a change of outfit for the photo shoot.

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And if you'??re like me (a fanatic who photographically documented every month of my pregnancy), you can add a little touch to the belly shots with their new Oh Sew Ready set '?? a very cute and easy way to document and celebrate a growing belly. The 12 stickers to track your pregnancy (every four weeks until 30 weeks, then every two weeks until 40 weeks). There's also a "Ready or not, here I come" sticker for a quick shot right before you go to the hospital.

Now keeping track of them and how they grow is super easy. Me? I'll just document each of my birthdays the old fashioned way--by ignoring them.

Sticky Bellies are available on stickybellies.com for $14.99.

Cheryl Fenton is a Boston-based freelance writer, who writes beauty, fashion and fitness for Boston Common, Stuff and Glamour magazines, as well as her own EasyPeasyBlog.com.

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