Not sure of the sex of your baby? Twotara offers the perfect solution.
When we found out we were expecting our first child, we thrilled and immediately felt like we had to plan for his/her arrival. Yes, we had more than 36 weeks in which to prepare but we still wanted to get to “work” right away. There was a room to paint, decor to choose and items for which to register. We did not want to find out the sex of our baby, leaving this for a delivery room surprise. Much to our disappointment almost everything was gender specific, especially the clothing. I really was much less concerned with having the appropriate colored bedding to welcome my little one, as I was with choosing a cute, sweet miniature outfit to wrap and hold my newborn in. Well the genius beyond Twotara was in the same predicament and smartly designed the Twotara line of reversible baby clothes.
Twotara offers a small line of baby basics in simply adorable stripes, and whimsical bubbles, one side pink, the other side blue. This makes a unique baby shower gift can’t go wrong with this two-in one line of clothing items. Perfect for parents that do not learn the sex of the baby, perfect to pass on to the next child. Each item offered is super comfortable as Twotara is made from 100% interlock knit cotton. Choose from sweet line of footies, gowns, rompers, hats, booties and mittens. I loved the accented pockets and feet on the footies pajamas and how you can fold over the sleeves for a cuffed accent.
The Twotara line is named after the TUATURA chameleon-like lizard that changes over time. I love the sweet stripes, calming bubbles and how well each piece is made.
Michelle is a SAHM and self-described ‘green’ fashionista. She is a NYC woman, turned burbs mama, raising her 2 B’s in an eco conscious manner. She blogs about natural parenting and green living at www.everythingsabuzz.com. Find her on twitter @queentob.Have a fashion question? Look for the new Syncing Your Style section on the Momtrends facebook page or tweet us your fashion questions at @momtrends!
Momtrends was not compensated for this post. We did receive a sample to review.