H&M

When it comes to striking the balance between style and affordable prices for clothes that kids will be outgrowing soon enough, it's hard to beat H&M.; Not only is their baby and kid section filled to the brim with seriously adorable picks, but their ever-expanding maternity line includes everything from trendy pieces to my all-time favorite maternity jeans.


But the only thing better than H&M;'s already reasonable prices? When they go on sale—which is why you're going to want to stock up this weekend with H&M;'s Family Treat sale.

With up to 60% off clothes for babies, kids and parents, get shopping before the sale ends April 2!

Here's what's in our shopping cart.

MAMA Skinny Jeans, $34.99 (regularly $49.99)

These stretchy, belly-covering skinny jeans are a maternity essential that you're going to be sad to retire after baby arrives.


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Oversized Jersey Shirt, $7.99 (regularly $14.99)

Offered in black and white stripes or solid black, you might as well buy two of these comfy jersey shirts—which are basically made to be paired with leggings for a casual, cute look.


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Blush Twill Sneakers, $9.99 (regularly $14.99)

These clean, canvas sneakers are the perfect complement for any casual outfit—and while they come in a number of colors, we're loving these blush ones!


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Patterned Unicorn Dress, $9.99 (regularly $12.99)

We're suckers for anything unicorn, so adding this dress to the basket was a no-brainer. But, seriously, how cute is it?!


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Lightweight Spring Jacket, $9.99 (usually $17.99)

With a stand-up collar and detachable hood, this is another must-have as for the transitional season of spring. Plus, how cute are those airplanes? (Equally obsessed with the leopard print option.)


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2-Pack Organic Jersey Jumpsuits, $12.99 (regularly $17.99)

With five pairings to choose from, it's a perfect time to load up on these essential jersey jumpsuits. It's also worth mentioning they are organic and part of H&M;'s “conscious" line, so you can feel good about this purchase, mama!


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Cushion Cover with Fringe, $7.99 (regularly $12.99)

For a little something for the home, we're loving this sassy cushion cover that will immediately add some character to the living room. It also comes in gray and gold!


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Happy shopping!

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