Would You Wear Ugly Clothes to Make Your Baby Smarter?
August 31, 2010
You sacrifice a lot for your kids, but how far is too far? Are you willing to give up your style, too? Momprenuer Megan Kelleher's new line of clothing, Tutuortogs, claim to aid in baby's visual development and encourage baby’s ability to track objects, using high-contrast, black and white patterns that you'd usually see on a table cloth or at the race track -- not in your closet. We all want the best for our babies, but we also want to stay chic. So we suggest you download the baby-approved patterns to show your baby instead of wearing them.
What do you think -- would you wear Tutortogs if it will help your baby, or are Tutortogs too much of an eyesore? Vote here!
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