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Simplify the Art of Dressing Kids
Parents are challenged with multi-tasking & juggling life with kids --
Babysoy created collections of basic must-haves to make the art of dressing babies & toddlers down to the perfect ingredient of simplicity, softness, and a peace of mind.
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3 Important Factors for Buying Baby Socks
Buying baby socks can be the simplest difficult job for parents, with so many options on market. We share 3 factors to help picking out a pairs of socks that is comfy and stays on!Read more
3 Benefits of Buying Sustainable Baby Clothes
Protect your baby and do your part for the environment by buying sustainable baby clothes. Here are the 3 biggest benefits!
7 Tips for Traveling with a Baby this Holiday Season
Planning for trips can be both very exciting and very nerve-wracking. You are going on an adventure, but you know that every adventure has its twists and turns. There’s nothing worse than planning a vacation for your family only to later discover that you forgot something important, whether it’s diaper rash cream, a pacifier, or a passport. So to help you prepare for your journey, we’ve put together a list of important items and considerations.Read more
How to choose infant drool bibs and baby mealtime bibs
Are you overwhelmed by the different baby bibs styles, sizes and materials in the market? Here we sort them out to help you pick out the right bib for different occasions whether it's for your baby or toddlers.Read more
This Baby Soy onesie is soft, well made and a lovely color. The orange is not as bright as it appears in the online description.
The socks are really nice. I very much like the colors, and they fit well. I got exactly what I ordered.
We got the stay on socks as a baby shower gift, they do stay on great and feels soft and silky, so we ended up buying more. Then I also bought the kimono bodysuits and they are one of my favorite.
They stay on and have little grippers. Get a little "pilly" after a couple washes...washing in bags is good, but they are a fragile fabric in that way.