Looking for really adorable clothes for a baby, toddler or young child? Clothes that are made from Bamboo Fiber? We found a really wonderful website that has clothing for boys and girls called Nohi Kids, I know, you are thinking..What is a Nohi Kid? Their website explains it quite perfectly by stating that in the Maori language, nohi nohi means "to be small." Nohi Kids definitely celebrates being small and their clothing line is just precious and adorable! We were quite excited to receive a shirt for my son to try out. Nohi Kids does run a bit small in sizes 2-8 so keep that in mind. If your child is between sizes, you really should buy a size up. My son wears a size 7 in shirts and the 8 fits him perfectly!
He loves the shirt especially the shade of blue and that it is so soft! Actually, it is made from bamboo fiber instead of 100% cotton. What is the difference? Well, to be honest before finding Nohi Kids website, I didn't really know. I learned from their website that bamboo fiber is highly breathable and more anti-bacterial than other fabrics. What I like best is that its organic natural fiber properties make it non-irritating to sensitive skin. It is also very soft, which my 7 year old son loves! I also learned that Bamboo apparel also naturally protects from UV rays. Besides, all that...the clothing is just soooo cute!
Nohi Kids is offering a T-shirt (of your choice!) to one lucky subscriber! It's really simple to enter! First, you need to be a subscriber and leave a comment below. Next, just go to the Nohi Kids Face Book Page & "like" them and leave a comment on their page saying that Torrance Macaroni Kid sent you! Last day to enter is 1/19/2011.
They are also offering our subscribers a 25% discount for the month of January! Now, how cool is that? At checkout, simply use the code macaroni25.
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