“Kicky Pants”

If you’ve ventured over to my personal blog you would notice that my 4 month old son is very rarely photographed wearing clothing. He goes naked majority of the time for a few reasons: 1. That baby chub is just too cute to cover up and 2. It’s far too hot and humid for my little guy to rock anything more than a diaper and the occasional lightweight t-shirt.

When we do have to dress the little man my first choice in clothing is anything from the Kicky Pants line. Kicky Pants offers clothing basics such as comfy t-shirts, dresses, pants, pajamas and lots of other great kiddy essentials made of 95% bamboo. Bamboo clothing is incredibly soft, eco-friendly, sustainable and as an added bonus naturally wicks moisture away from the body. Bamboo also stays about 2-3 degrees cooler in hot weather and warmer in cold weather making it a very versatile clothing essential.

Kicky Pants are cute, comfortable, sustainable and perfect for my Hawaii boy!

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  • Caitlin on June 1, 2011

    Thanks for this post! It’s already hitting the 100’s in Georgia and my daughter’s been rocking cloth diapers and that’s about it! I’m going to check these out for when we go to the park.

  • Christin Pulliam on June 2, 2011

    We love Kicky Pants in this house too! In fact we brought Blake home in a Kicky Pants ivory sleeper since we didn’t know the sex either. We knew that whether it be warm or cold spring weather this would be the perfect choice since like you said it is versatile. These cozy jammies have been worn by all my babes, when even have a couple dresses :)

  • Jess on June 3, 2011

    He is so adorable heather!

  • Kaydee on June 5, 2011

    In Cali we are having some very erratic weather so clothes that stay cool when its hot and warmer when its cold seem to be just what we need right now.

  • Joette Holtgrewe on June 5, 2011

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  • Brittany B. on June 10, 2011

    i never heard of bamboo clothing.


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