by Contributing Blogger Maytal Wichman
We’re expecting a baby this fall and we’ve decided not to find out the sex this time around. Why? We already have a girl and a boy so it really makes no difference what the third will be. We are well-prepared in terms of clothes, baby gear, etc., but I still wanted to get the little one a new outfit or two. Since this is a delivery surprise, we’re limited to unisex colors such as green or yellow (but I’m really not a fan of those). Luckily Twotara came up with a really cool concept: A reversible outfit that’s blue on one side and pink on the other so you can use it for either sex.
I received a Twotara romper for review. It is made of cotton, very soft with little pockets in the back. Both the pink and blue sides are completely identical and there are no tags so it’s truly like any regular outfit. The design is whimsical yet sophisticated. This is a great gift to give at a baby shower to a mom who’s not finding out the sex of her baby.
The Twotara line is not limited to rompers – it also includes footies and gowns, plus accessories such as hats, booties and mitts – all reversible. Sizes are newborn and 0-3 months.
You can purchase the products here. Price for clothing is $25-$35; Accessories are $5-$10.
I was not paid for this post. I did receive a sample romper for review.
Contributing Blogger Maytal Wichman is the owner of Mama’s Healthy Bites and also writes for Savvy Sassy Moms. Maytal has been living in New York City for eleven years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree, but writing about nutrition and helping families eat better is her true passion. She grew up in both California and Israel, which explains her love for California cuisine (fresh, local ingredients), as well as Mediterranean food (flavorful, heart-healthy ingredients). Maytal is a mom to two kids (ages 5 & 3) and works hard to ensure they eat healthy, unprocessed food, while trying to make it as delicious as possible. Married to a vegetarian and being a pescetarian herself, this can be quite a challenge. On an ordinary night at her dinner table, you can hear things like “More cauliflower, please!”, “How come I didn’t get a lot of tomato?” and “Fish oil! Yaaaay!”.