Disney Cuddly Bodysuits

I got to preview the new Disney Cuddly Bodysuits at a swank party in May at NYC’s London Hotel. These adorable new onesies were developed by a team of mom-experts ( “momgineers”) who know what’s important–soft, tagless bodysuits with an extra row of “grow with me” snaps. I certainly could have used these for both of my babies, who not only disliked tags but also grew out of their onesies at lightning speed (I’m talking 21 pounds/29 inches at 6 months). Disney, of course, is also exclusively able to deliver some of your favorite characters, and while I am averse to the garden variety Pooh-themed nursery gear and clothing, the new Cuddly Bodysuits manage to be stylish (dare I say even hip?) by incorporating Disney icons in a very subtle and understated way. Take a look:

See Pooh here?

And Mickey & Minnie are both incorporated into this design….

In all, there are over 85 styles to choose from (including white and solid colors, too) in sizes 0-3mos, 3-6mos, and 6-9mos. Prices start at $7.99 and a 3-pack costs a very reasonable $19.50. The full line is available now at Amazon.com and will appear at other select retailers on Fall 2011.

I was not compensated for this post, and all opinions are entirely my own.

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