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Baby Riddle adds neutral baby clothing for pregnant women
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Jul '12
Keeping your baby's gender a surprise is really exciting but the down side is the lack of selection of cute baby clothes. Baby Riddle, a company that caters to women who are keeping the baby's gender a surprise by sending a box of boy or girl clothes right at their due date. The company is expanding by adding neutral baby clothes to their storefront.

Pregnant women are heading back to the tradition of finding out the sex of the baby at birth like Melissa Joan Hart, Tori Spelling and Matthew McConaugheys wife, Camila Alves. Finding out the sex of your baby during birth creates extra excitement for everyone during pregnancy and birth.

Amanda Malyurek who participated in Baby Riddle's service said, "When my husband and I decided to not find out the gender of our baby I knew a lot of greens and yellows were in our immediate forecast. “Baby Riddle allowed for me to enjoy the excitement of not finding out the gender without the stress of having to worry about getting appropriate clothing immediately after birth."

The company has listened to women who are keeping their baby's gender a surprise and want to provide more options. Baby Riddle knows how hard it is to find cute unisex baby clothes and has decided to collect neutral baby clothes which at this time can be found on their amazon storefront and will be added to their website BabyRiddle.com in the near future.

Be on the lookout for the company to expand with more options of cute neutral baby clothes. A pregnant woman can also use their popular service by sending their ultrasound results into the company. Baby Riddle will send them a box of boy or girl clothes to them right at their due date.

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