Zoocchini Organic Cotton Underwear 

I see London, I see France, I see super cute, organic cotton underpants.

Zoocchini, an awesome brand of children’s products, ranging from hats and backpacks, to wash cloths and underwear-really abide by their motto of being beautifully different. Promoting a love of animals, nature and colour, the company only uses materials that are BPA, phthalate and lead free and strictly work with manufacturers that abide by their same precise standards.

 

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Made with super soft, organic cotton, these boys boxer shorts are not only incredibly comfortable to wear, but also bright and whimsical-and easily help my 3 year old determine front from back with quirky little friends printed on the bum.

While sized a little generously, the fit is comfortable and loose and they’re easy for independent potty goers to pull on and off, while the elastic still maintains it’s shape.

If you’re looking for quality, fun products for your little one, I encourage you to visit Zoocchini’s official web site to find these adorable boxer shorts, and all the other amazing products they have to offer.

This post was my honest opinion in exchange for product.
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Wolf Pup Threads


We love being eco conscious and try to eat and live as organically and natural as possible-which is one of the reasons our family absolutely loves Wolf Pup Threads!

Based in our home province of Ontario, they’re an eco conscious children’s apparel brand that offers organic, eco friendly clothes to make your every day adventures even more stylish.

Their designs reflect the wonder, love of nature and exploration that all littles seem to possess, and are made with non toxic inks. My personal favourite thing about them is the cute sayings and phrases they capture on each of their shirts-to me they really seem to capture the curiousity and excitement that is childhood.

They also have great articles on their blog about how to encourage your littles to be more eco conscious, and why shopping organic can be not only beneficial to your health, but our environment too.

We’re in love!

I highly recommend you check them out here.

Surfing Ninjas Clothing

I always love supporting another hometown mama, and when it comes to Shay’s unisex kids clothing line Surfing Ninjas Clothing, it’s definitely not hard to do so!

Based in Toronto, but originally from my hometown,  mama of two Shay does an amazing job making fun, durable and cute tees for Little’s.

Check her out here-she’s the best! And follow her on Instagram @surfingninjasclothing

Whistle and Flute 


We were given the awesome opportunity to work as a blogger/influencer for an amazing Canadian clothing company based out of the west coast called Whistle and Flute.


Run by a husband and wife, Ryan and Miranda-they make the coolest unisex children’s apparel inspired by Japanese Kawaii-which litterally means lovable, cute or adorable in Japanese.

Featuring original art work by this talented couple, this clothing is ethically made, is top quality, and most of all, stylish. Be sure to check out their adult line too.

Be sure to check them out at Whistle and Flute.

Acorn and Leaf


About a month ago, we had the awesome pleasure of becoming brand reps for a great Canadian company run by the sweetest mompreneur- Acorn and Leaf, based out of Alberta.


They make the cutest bandana bibs from super cute cotton patterns, and back them with soft flannelet, to make them extra absorbent. They’re also sizeable, with a snap on the back, so they fit even the chubbiest littles.

They also make adorable infinity scarves, for mama’s and littles, in a variety of cute patterns and prints.

Definitely make sure you check them out at Acorn and Leaf and be sure to follow them on Instagram and Facebook for updates on all the newest prints and awesome giveaways! 

 

Toddler Style

 

Feel free to click on the pics to find out where the clothes is from.

Dressing with style

 

 

I have to admit-my little has way better style then I do-and a much bigger wardrobe. But how can you not have fun dressing kids when there is so much cute, affordable clothing available? You’ll notice in my posts-we have a few go to places we shop at each season. We also frequent the second hand shops like Once Upon A Child and Kid’s Closet.  I also generally wait for the sales to pop up-I subscribe to a few of our favourite stores email lists-and rarely, if ever pay full price for clothes.