When Maggie was born, I was so excited to have a little girl. From the day she was born people started to send adorable “girly” outfits. I also had fun shopping for her myself. My biggest mistake when I shopped for Maggie: I really skimped on the basics. I got pajamas & onesies that were inexpensive. I always thought: who sees them? I spent more on the dresses. Most of Maggie’s basics barely lasted through her wearing them & what did get passed along to Alex, certainly wouldn’t withstand being passed down again. In addition to looking stretched out & worn out, they didn’t feel soft after one or two washes.
I started to think: the basics might not be seen much by anyone but mom & dad, but they are what the kids spend most of their time wearing. My kids take a bath around 5:30pm & get into their pajamas. The next day, they fight me to take them off until we have to leave the house (usually around 9:30). Then, part of our routine is pjs at nap time. I did the math & there are days that my kids wear pajamas for 18 hours. That’s far more time then they spend in all those darling dresses!
I was on the hunt for good quality, super soft basics & found Goat- Milk Kidware.
Goat-Milk was created by a mom who wanted to make comfortable & soft pieces for her own kids. They are awesome for sleeping & snuggling in, but can also be used as layering pieces. All of the clothes are made with 100% organic cotton. Roland & Tania, the team behind the line, are dedicated to making all of the clothes with a lot of love, honesty and passion for both the product and our planet.
My girls love their Goat-Milk Kidware. They are comfortable for sleeping & then perfect to wear for early morning jumping on the bed!
Not that we’ve found Goat-Milk, it’s even harder to convince them to get out of their pajamas in the morning! I’m excited to announce that Goat-Milk is hosting this week’s giveaway. One lucky winner with receive a $75 gift certificate to Goat-Milk Kidware.
I was not compensated for this post. I did receive some samples. As always, all opinions are my own.