Yeah, I didn't see that coming. She's having a little girl (Charlotte) who will arrive in April. I began collecting bits and pieces of infant clothing from Goodwill Outlet Center a few months back. At the time, we didn't know if Baby was going to be a boy or girl, so I kept my selections neutral. Some people insist that baby girls must always be dressed in pink ruffles and lace, but I don't feel that way - and thankfully, neither does Sarah.
I was extremely picky about clothing I brought home from the Outlet Center for Charlotte: it had to look almost brand new with no spots, wear, or fading. All of these items happen to be produced by Carters and are sized for a three month old. None of the items I picked up are pink, but I was confident that they could still look girly and work together as a set.
Almost any boy (or gender neutral) clothing could be transformed into pretty outfits for a little girl. The pants had ruffles on the back when I found them, but you could easily add some frills to any basic bottoms. For little sleepers, sew delicate lace around the cuffs and collar or add a few ribbon bows.