Munchkin has launched a new line of children’s clothing, Mbaby and it is filled with adorable classics.
When looking for children’s clothing I want it to be affordable, adorable but most of all comfortable for my little one. I also make sure that the fabrics are durable, and will uphold to the many washings they are bound for. Munchkin’s new line, Mbaby checked all my boxes.
Teeny tiny Bee has been wearing the organic button down, long-sleeve onesie and we love it. I love not having to pull something over her head. The cotton is soft and I love having the choice of organic clothing, knowing that it is safer and cleaner for all. (There are four basics available in organic cotton.)
We also tried out the striped cardigan (love that it is reversible) and the striped kicky pants that feature a two-in one foot. They can either be worn folded over to expose the feet or turned under like little booties. Perfect for different temperatures, as well as increasing the longevity of pants (when they get a little too short, just fold up and wear with socks!)
Mbaby apparel is classic and sweet with plenty of basics to complete baby’s layette. Two pieces are truly innovative: the Onester and Sleepster featuring a double layer front to keep baby cozy and snug warm without overheating them.
The line is offered in size 1 month through size 12 months. I would say the line runs a bit slim, true to size for a slim baby. (you might want to go up a size for a fuller baby.)
You can purchase the new line of clothing from Munchkin here:http://www.munchkin.com/products/apparel.html
Find munchkin/mbaby on twitter: https://twitter.com/munchkin_inc, @munchkin_inc
Find mbaby on facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Munchkin
Thank you to Momtrends and Munchkin for sponsoring this post. Samples were received.
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