When it comes to baby fashion, the words “gender neutral” are code for “subtle pea green” (nothing to envy about that).Make the case for simple white instead. To wit: Oeuf’s new baby layette.The modern kiddie brand — known for clean lines and eco-conscious design — delivers a selection of baby basics that lives up to its reputation. The entire collection — from beanies to blankets — is made from certified organic Peruvian cotton and crafted under fair trade conditions.Items come in sizes 3 to 24 months and include kimono-style onesies and tees, jumpers with and without feet, long- and short-sleeve tees, pants, and ruffled diaper covers. No need to fear baby blowouts; nothing takes a splash of bleach quite like an all-white wardrobe.Perfect for your blank canvas.Available online at oeufnyc.com, $12-$56.Photo: Courtesy of Oeuf SHOPB. BraithwaiteWhat: The boutique fills its new Buckhead digs with the array of furniture and gear it’s long been known for.Why: You’d follow that selection of sweet clothing and gifts anywhere.When: Opens Thurs. Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.Where: 102 W. Paces Ferry Rd. NW (404-869-8665).VROOMTouch-a-TruckWhat: Check out cool motorcycles and tractors, then register your bicycles with the police. Why: Careful, he may wonder why you can’t drive a fire engine to carpool. When: Sat., 10 a.m.-1 p.m.Where: Callaway Building parking lot, 120 W. Trinity Pl., Decatur. Info at 678-553-6541. Participation is free.GETThe Golden TicketWhat: She may not be able to sit through Madame Butterfly, but The Atlanta Opera’s adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is highbrow entertainment she can digest.Why: Oompa Loompas and arias in the same sentence? Doesn’t get much better than that.When: Thru Mar. 11.Where: Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, 2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy., Northwest Atlanta. Tickets at 404-881-8885 or online at tickets.atlantaopera.org. Adults and children, $22-$130.