Quality Baby Clothing from Whippersnaps (Review and Giveaway)

It’s almost officially Fall and I am so ready to welcome the cooler weather! It won’t be long before I am reaching for sweaters and boots and yummy pumpkin spiced lattes. In fact we have already had a couple of cool days to remind us that Summer truly is over.

Of course with the change of seasons comes a wardrobe change. both of my boys had growth spurts over the summer so I am going to need to stock up on lots of long sleeves and new pants. Thankfully, many of their jackets and sweaters will still work so I can concentrate on the thinner layers.

Whippersnaps high quality baby clothing take us back to the basics with great tee shirts and bodysuits ($10-$13) in both short and long-sleeved varieties. Perfect for layering or wearing alone, these bright colors are a great addition to any child’s wardrobe. And they are made in America, which is a label that always brings a smile to my face.

long sleeve

Whippersnaps tees and bodysuits are made of 100% combed cotton and are double-stitched for added durability. The body-suits are designed for quick changes and only have two snaps. As a lover of body-suits in the colder months, I really appreciate this. I have never understood all the snaps. Really, two is just perfect and when you are doing middle of the night changes every time-saver helps!

snaps

Buy it!

Whippersnaps has a variety of styles and colors to choose from. And they offer free shipping on all orders over $30! Best of all, for every 10 garments sold, Whippersnaps will donate a garment to Operation Shower.

Win it!

One winner will receive 5 Whippersnaps long-sleeved snapsuits or long-sleeved shirts, in their choice of size and style. Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter this giveaway. New to Rafflecopter? Watch this 45-second videoon how to enter!

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Disclosure: I was sent two garments to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.


Comments

  1. says

    “Perfection” is in the eyes of the beholder…If the china and the diamonds, are’nt perfect we won’t buy it..
    What is wrong with thriving to be the perfect mom?

  2. says

    I would pick orange. My husband and I are starting classes toward becoming foster parents. So this would also be one of the first articles of clothing for babies.

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