All children's clothing, by virtue of its wee proportions, is cute. But not all tyke-sized adornments can be considered cool. Unless you're shopping at Lillibelle. The little store for little kids stocks styles for the most precocious youngsters. There are bright onesies emblazoned with attitude ("My mom's hot") and tiny tees advertising bands older than many a potential wearer's parents. (Just because a kid can't say "Ramones" yet doesn't mean he's not a fan!) The shop's slogan is "a little revolution," which explains all the attire for baby punks and future Democrats. Already registered Dems may find themselves wishing for a "President Poopyhead" shirt of their own, but so far, the only grown-up clothes Lillibelle carries are for carryin' mamas. You can bet they're the sexiest, locally designed maternity threads on the market. And, in the interest of helping nonpregnant, aging hipster parents maintain some cred, Lillibelle also occasionally throws midafternoon rock shows for the whole family at trendy hangouts such as the Record Bar. Because it's never too early for rock and roll, and even hipster babies gotta go to bed.