Our son was born in 2006 and our daughter was born 2010. I was amazed by how many awesome new items for mom and baby came out during those 4 years! So when I got pregnant this time I decide to do my research and find all those companies that are targeted to make moms lives easier and babies look cuter. BabyLegs is one of them!
I started seing little boys and girls wearing the most adorable leg warmers, and I most confess I looove the 80′s so the idea made me smile! But I thought Diego was too big and I guess I really didn’t look into it with Karyme. So when I was asked to do a review of BabyLegs for both my little princess and our new baby coming this fall I was thrilled!!
Their story is one that most moms can relate to. In 2005 a mom had been battling a nasty diaper rash with no success, she knew she had to let if air out but was worried about keeping her daughter warm, so she cut up a pair of socks and fitted her daughter with some awesome legwarmers. To her surprise, the idea not only worked for the ugly diaper rash but also helped her while diaper changing and potty training, it even protected little knees from crawling. Now we are lucky enough to find this awesome idea in a series of colors and designs that will please even the pickiest of parents and they also offer the cutest little socks and tights.
One of my favorite things about this line is the color options, kids get dirty and they have clothes with many colors, so it is wonderful to have accessories that coordinate with pretty much anything! Also all the newborn line is made with Organic Cotton, which I am sure so many of us can appreciate. The legwarmers start at $10, the socks start at $10 for two pairs and the tights are $16.
We were given a BabyLegs grab bag to giveaway to a lucky reader! Make sure to enter the giveaway right now where you can enter to win! Also, don’t forget to like BabyLegs Facebook and follow them on Twitter!
Disclaimer: I received the products and/or compensation in exchange for a honest review. I only recommend products I HONESTLY liked and I try to point out what I don’t.