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BabyLegs Review and Giveaway

Aren’t a baby’s legs just the most adorable thing ever? And, what could be cuter than covering them with great designer leg warmers??

BabyLegs was born in April of 2005 when a young mom improvised with a pair of cut off socks to protect her daughter’s legs while she healed from a diaper rash. And today, babies/kids all over are enjoying the comfort of leg warmers that protect crawling knees, make diaper changes twice as easy, and look absolutely spectacular on those delicious little legs.

BabyLegs was gracious enough to send me three pairs of legwarmers: Zappy Zebra Legwarmers , Flower Factory Legwarmers , and a pair of the  Lucky Lady Legwarmers , which are treated with insect repellent and will withstand 70 washes before the repellent washes from the material. So, the next time we’re out in the evening, Maddie will be sporting her  BabyNoBugs legwarmers and will be protected from disease causing insects like ticks and mosquitoes. And what Mother wouldn’t be happy about that?!

Price wise BabyLegs products run between $12 to $15. A truly great buy when it comes to high quality kids’ clothing, comfort, and design. They also sell socks and tights {seasonally}, and sizes that range from newborn, 6 – 12 months, and up to 4t, however, I wouldn’t recommend the legwarmers for plus size legs, the material is snug and I simply don’t think it would be comfortable. Overall, I’m thrilled to have these legwarmers as a part of my kid’s wardrobe and I’m happy to say BabyLegs is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a grab bag of BabyLegs! Simply fill out the Rafflecopter below and good luck to all!!

I was sent three pairs of BabyLegs legwarmers in return for my review. This is 100% my honest opinion of this product.


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  1. My little one crawls around all the time, and I’ve noticed his knees are getting little scratches on them 🙁 These would prevent that. And my five year old is really cold all the time, so these would help if she gets cold when she comes in from the 110 degree backyard :p

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