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Little 77 and Aden + Anais

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A few weeks ago we teamed up with 77kids by American Eagle and The Motherhood for 77kids Do Good Day. Now we've gotten our hands on some of the goods: Aden + Anais has designed a exclusive line of baby accessories just for 77kids. Like all the products from Aden +Anais, this gear is made from muslin--a highly breathable fabric that absorbs moisture, drys quickly and is soft and light as a whisper.


Right now the line is all about essentials--washcloths, swaddle blankets and burpcloths that double as bibs. They've got unisex colors, plus traditional boy and girl prints. Something for everyone.

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The prices are down to earth--though the apparel looks like it came from a pricey baby boutique you can assemble a great gift package or welcome baby gift for well under $50 since everything in the collection is $15. Packs of three washcloths, blankets and the burp/bib sets of 2--all priced at $15. If you're a fan of the swaddle, you'll want to stock up on these well-priced basics. Don't you just love it when practical also happens to be cute!

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