I love baby clothing! It is so cute and tiny. It’s always fun to discover new, cute organic clothing for babies and gift them to my pregnant friends.
We were sent an adorable [amazon_link id=”B00GH27HB0″ target=”_blank” ]Organic Belly Bodysuit: Navy Elephant (9 months)[/amazon_link] by Tumblewalla. It is made of super soft organic cotton.
Celebrate elephants with our festive-colored bodysuit for baby with elephant applique – made from super soft organic brushed cotton to keep your little one cozy and on the move. Note: Hat not included.
Our collection is designed to inspire colorful play – one tumble, tickle, and smile at a time. We also believe EVERY child has a right to feel the joy of simple play. That’s why a portion of this purchase goes to select non-profit organizations dedicated to brightening the lives and futures of children who don’t have the resources or opportunities to play as they should.
I love the story behind Tumblewalla, and the company’s belief that clothing should be unrestrictive thus promoting movement and play:
Loosely translated from Hindi, Tumblewalla means “one who tumbles” which reflects the playful spirit of the brand. Some of my happiest moments as a mom are watching my son kick his feet wildly and break into giggles whenever we stop at the playground to build sandcastles or tumble down a slide. I also realize that we are lucky – many kids around the world don’t have access or opportunity to play. Play is such a critical aspect of the learning experience, enabling kids to form friendships and connections and most importantly, build self confidence. It’s important for kids to enjoy the here and now. I wanted to find a way to help celebrate the buoyancy of youth which led to the beginnings of Tumblewalla – a wearable and vibrant line of clothes that celebrates the joy in everyday tumbles and tickles.
I am also a firm believer in play, and unfortunately, kids in modern society are often not given enough time or space to fully develop play or are restricted by societal norms. I still remember putting my daughter in her first dress, then watching her try to crawl. Her knees would get stuck in the skirt, and she couldn’t figure out why her locomotion was impeded. She didn’t wear many dresses after that!
Disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.