We aren't finding out the sex of our next baby.
Yep...you heard that right. The most impatient person in the world (yours truly) is going to attempt the impossible. Wait till the birth to see if it's a little lady or baby man. I never in a million years thought I would even consider doing something like this but my friend Tammy talked me into it. Along with Dustin who is all about it. Listening to Tammy talk about how great it was having her husband tell her that it was a girl after Little A was born almost made me tear up. How amazing right?! While I was in labor I was so motivated to meet my baby I just kept pushing through the pain while I focused on that. I can imagine being even more motivated to get through it knowing that an even bigger surprise was waiting!
Tammy just gave birth to her second surprise baby! Which is how I ran across the most amazing thing ever for those of us not going to find out the sex....
Um, hello...why did I not think of this?!
Twotara makes adorable outfits and accessories for newborns that are pink on one side and blue on the other! So you only need to pack one set of clothes for the hospital. Seriously, SO much better than the typical green and yellow junk everyone always gets you when you don't know the sex.
It's like getting two outfits for the price of one. I know a lot of moms who don't find out what they are having beforehand go to the hospital with clothes for each sex. Why waste the money on clothes you won't be using? You can also reuse these for any other children you have. Hey, I am all about saving some $$$!
I was lucky enough to be able to review some twotara items. They are amazing quality. They are made out of 100% interlock knit cotton. I don't even know what that means but I like it. These are probably the softest and best quality baby clothes I have ran across and lord knows I have ran across a lot of baby clothes (hello, shopping addicts anonymous). The cotton is nice and thick and will keep your new little one toasty warm. It washed up nice as well too. No fading or shrinkage that I noticed. Tammy had purchased twotara items before her baby was born and said the newborn size fit her 6lb 15oz newborn perfect. The 0-3 month hat was a little large though (Thanks for the info Tammy since I don't have a teeny tiny baby to try them out on yet).
Twotara items would be the absolute coolest gift for an expectant mama who isn't finding out the sex of their baby. I mean how unique are these clothes? You know she'll be opening up all yellow and green crap and thinking about returning it. Surprise her with something like this instead. She will thank you. Trust me.
Now I am actually excited to not find out the sex of our next baby (who is not in the making yet by the way) so I can pack everything twotara in my hospital bag!
Oh and who wants to know what side, pink or blue, Tammy's newest addition wore?
Welcome to the world little W!
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