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JazzyToes Baby Socks

by Alicia on June 8, 2009 in New posts

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JazzyToes Baby SocksFancy footwear for babies!  Throw out those plain white, pink, or blue socks.
Slip a pair of JazzyToes Baby Socks on your baby’s feet when shoes aren’t necessary, like during indoor play dates, airplane travel, and when learning to walk, and you’ll have moms and Grandma’s flocking to your baby.  Your baby will have the cutest little feet in the room at your next play date.
JazzyToes are great for pre-walkers because babies this age should have foot protection but shouldn’t wear shoes.  JazzyToes Baby Socks are available for babies 0-12 and 12-24 months but to my dismay.. not for older toddlers, with good reason though.  JazzyToes were created to serve a purpose which is to give babies adorable foot coverage without  having to wear shoes and what 3 year old doesn’t have several pairs of super cute shoes?  We found that JazzyToes Baby Socks run a tad big so be ready to slip them on when your baby is around 3 or 4 months, maybe not right out of the hospital.

JazzyToes Cowboy Boot socksA few of my favorite styles are the new Cowboy Boots style, Sneakers, and the Mary Jane style for girls.  The preppies out there will love the Loafers!  Just don’t try to stick a penny in them.  The colors are bright and the details are great as you’ll see in the Cowboy Boots photo to the right.

The socks are great quality, washable, dryable, and there are lots of styles available.  A 6 pack of JazzyToes Baby Socks runs $25 – $29.  Imagine getting 6 pairs of baby shoes for $25!  Can’t choose a style?  Get a variety pack.  JazzyToes Baby Socks are great baby shower and 1st Birthday gifts.  If you don’t know the gender of the baby I think your safe to go with the Sneakers style.

In accordance with the new standards set forth by CPSIA, JazzyToes socks were tested by SGS, a independent test company. The test results for the Lead and Phthalates content of our socks came back “ND” (not detected).

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