7 Chicago-themed baby products to rep your city pride

You’re obsessed with Chicago (and who could blame you?), so it’s only natural to want to pass on that love to your baby. These Chicago-themed baby products will have your mini declaring love for the Second City straight from birth.

C Is for Chicago (Alphabet Places) Board book

Teach baby his ABC’s, Chicago-style. (Find it at Galt Baby Downtown, in Lincoln Park or Northbrook.) 

Nursery Rembrants Chicago nursery art set

These art prints feature famous landmarks like Buckingham Fountain, the Bean, Navy Pier and more. (Etsy store is based in Elmhurst.)

Franks and Beans Chicago L Train Map Bandana Drool Bib

This colorful striped number has the L train lines embroidered on it, so baby can stay dry while reppin’ the Chi. (Etsy store is based in Chicago.)

Psychobaby Personalized Chicago Hoodie

Psychobaby is based in Chicago and is the place to go for Chicago-themed baby gear (they even provided the onsies for our inaugural Hey Baby Chicago cover shoot).

Sweet Home Chicago Onesie

Kido at Roosevelt Collection is a place to know as your kiddo grows in Chicago. 

Bears Wooden Pull Toy

Your baby is new, but Da Bears are turning 100. (Find this adorable toy at Windy City Bebe in Lakeview.)

Cubs Wall Art

Cubs fans will work to make sure the first letter their babe knows is “W.” (Etsy shop is based in Chicago.) 

This article originally appeared in the Summer 2018 digital edition of Hey Baby. Read the rest of the issue. It has been updated. 

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