"After a labor of love, we’re proud to announce the birth of DisneyBaby.com". To celebrate the newest member of the Disney family I was invited to try out a few items from the layette collection. Included in the gift set were two Disney Cuddly Bodysuits, one Disney Sleep and Play outfit and a Winnie the Pooh soft character rattle. Typically I am not a big fan of babies or young kids wearing clothes with characters or other brands until they’re old enough to pick out what they like. However, I found the patterns on the Disney Baby items to be very tasteful and unobtrusive. The Disney characters were included in a more fashionable design in the samples I received and what I saw online.
The onsies are both cute and cuddly, as the name suggests. In addition, they are made out of a very soft 100% cotton and are thick enough to wear paired with cotton pants, or under another shirt for added warmth. They wash well and feel even softer after coming out of the dryer. The head opening is a generous size and fit easily over my 3 1/2 month old’s slightly large head. What I like most about the Disney Cuddly Bodysuits though is the additional row of snaps. It is so great to have well made clothes that will last and grow with my daughter, especially since babies grow so fast and I can hardly keep up with rotating her clothes as she grows. I know that these onsies will be in the dresser for several months to come and they will look and feel great.
The Disney Sleep and Play outfit was the same lovely cotton as the bodysuits. I’m just disappointed that they sent a boy’s pattern, as I have a daughter whose older sister will not hear of her little sister wearing anything remotely boyish. The Mickey Mouse "Who am I" Sleep and Play will find a new home at Special Delivery, a frequent recipient of items from MomStart.
These items can all be found on DisneyBaby.com along with a whole selection of other baby necessities.
Christine is our in house baby product reviewer. She has two children that are quite adorable, one is 3 1/2 months old and the other is three and in my son’s preschool class. When she’s not taking maternity leave she works at the local children’s hospital.