We’ve all been there. You’re having a playdate with friends, chatting while the kids play, when suddenly you all smell something. And what do we moms do to locate the offending party? We pick up our little darlings and sniff their rear ends. And if that’s not enough, we pull down their pants, open the snaps of their onesies, and take a look. What a hassle!
No longer, ladies! Finally, someone has come up with a solution for this little song-and-dance. TwoSees is Little Parakeet’s innovative new onesie with an easy-peek opening on the back that allows moms to do a quick, discrete poop check without even removing baby’s pants. These soft cotton onesies come in plain white or with their signature adorable parakeet, and with a budget-friendly pricetag of $19.97-$29.97 for a pack of three, both mom and baby will be happy. So do yourself a favor, and stop the poo-pants song-and-dance!
ABOUT DOTTI & ART
So happy to introduce ourselves.
I’m the inventor of TwoSees and the Chief Executive Grandma for Little Parakeet. My husband, Art, and I have been cohorts for 42 years and he serves as the Vice Poppop of Operations. Together we run the business in Somers, a suburb of NYC.
We have a daughter, Carissa who is married to Kurt, and they live in Brooklyn, NY with their daughter, Cassady. Our son, Evan lives in Vail, CO with his wife Elizabeth, and their son Ethan. Like any parents and grandparents, we know that our kids and grandkids are the best. Our lives would be incomplete without them, to say the least.
Art has worked his entire life in the auto parts business. For the past 25 years, he’s owned and operated his own store in the Bronx, NY.
I have a much more diversified past, having been a stay-at-home mom, worked for non-profits, owned a photography business, sold life insurance and, for the last 13 years, worked as a senior consultant for an international business consulting firm.
I was “right-sized” at the end of 2012, so Art and I agreed to start a new business with an invention I had created a few years ago, now called TwoSees.
Cassady was the inspiration for TwoSees and Ethan is our model. It’s nice having our grandkids involved in the business