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Monday, October 4, 2010

Baby Potential Shirt Review

Baby Potential was born from the belief that with love, education and community support, all babies have the potential to grow into productive adults and achieve career success - regardless of gender, race or socio-economic status. The Baby Potential product line provides a means for spreading that message, while at the same time giving parents and gift-givers a unique option for baby apparel.

This line was founded by two mothers in 2008, radiologist Dacia Napier, M.D. and Allison Zeller, a philanthropist.

The Baby Potential apparel line includes infant and toddler onesies and t-shirts with colorful graphic patches featuring a variety of gender-neutral career fields. So, whether a baby wears the “teacher” or “biologist” patch, Baby Potential apparel communicates to the world the inherent potential that each and every baby possesses. Baby Potential also offers parents and gift-givers the option to purchase a custom career patch from the specialty line (online ordering only). How unique is that?

I received a t-shirt for my two year old son with the chef patch on the front. I can already see some of my little guy's interests, and one of his favorite things to do is cook with me! Whether he becomes a teacher, doctor, chef, or whatever, I do want him to always know I think he has limitless potential and can accomplish what he dreams!! That is why I so appreciate these cute tees and Baby Potential's philosophy.

These cute tees and onesies are not only cute, but they are great quality. The silk screened patch is designed for repeated washings, and it has certainly held up so far for us. My son loves his, and I can tell how proud he is to wear his "chef shirt," so it gets washed quite a bit!

I also really love that Baby Potential, through a partnership with Family Service Association (FSA) of San Antonio, has established a Sew Circle to produce the custom patches on these cute shirts and onesies. Sew Circle associates, who are women receiving services from FSA, earn extra income from home by hand-sewing patches and embroidering career names onto garments. Now isn't that a great idea? I love it!! What a way to help others!

Isn't this an awesome company with a unique and powerful message to share? I sure think so!

You can order your shirt for your own child or as a perfect gift, right from their website, online from Target, or select stores in Texas.


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