Anyone with a baby knows that keeping those little socks on can be very difficult! No matter what size you buy, it seems like their little feet always wiggle them off some how. With Kaelyn we had the hardest time keeping socks on her feet, and by the time she had outgrown them all..we realized we had lost more socks than we kept. Now that we have Kaden, I really wanted a solution to this problem..especially considering the fact that most days the temps are in the single digits...not good for teeny little feet.
I was happy to come across Stay With Me socks. Thought up by a mom who saw the need for socks that would stay on little feet, Stay With Me socks was created to fit children ages birth-14 months. What makes them different from other baby socks on the market today, is the snag-free Velcro strap that fastens around the ankle to keep them on, adjusting front or back to fit baby's growing feet. They also have non-skid bottoms which is a very nice feature too.
I was thrilled to have the opportunity to review a pair of Stay With Me adjustable baby socks.
When we first received them in the mail, my first impression was the quality. They weren't thin and cheap like some socks we've come across. They were also very cute. I like that they come in a number of colors! I also LOVE the Velcro strap idea...what a great way to keep little socks in place on your child's feet. They won't fall off, and they won't get pulled off either.
The Velcro strap also works nicely for washing them. You just loop the socks together before throwing them in the washer so that you don't lose one somewhere in the mix.
Stay With Me socks are definitely a product that make life easier for parents. They are something I would recommend to any parent of a young child and would also consider a fantastic baby gift.
Buy It: You can purchase Stay With Me adjustable socks for $5.95 at select Target locations.
**The product for this review was provided for free by Stay With Me. This was not a paid post and my honest opinions were given.**
Posted by Jenna | Friday, December 18, 2009