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BabyLegs family is expanding!
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Jul '10
The BabyLegs is happy to announce the birth of a new collection BabyLegs Newborn. Born August 2010, the layette includes 12 stylish leg warmers for boys and girls in fun, whimsical designs for which the brand is known.

Created especially for preemies and newborns, BabyLegs Newborn are 7cm wide by 21 cm long (versus the standard 8cm wide by 33 cm long). They provide a cozy layer of warmth for the first months of life, and are ideal for both home and hospital use. In the neonatal intensive care unit, leg warmers add warmth without disturbing monitoring equipment or IVs. In the home nursery, leg warmers provide easy access for frequent diaper changes.

The blend of yarns, crafted from 80% organic cotton, 18% nylon and 2% latex-free spandex, ensures maximum comfort for baby and confidence for caregivers and parents alike. Designs include old favorites, such as Lil' Flame, Lil' Jolly Jack, Lil' Rainbow and Lil' Sweetheart, as well as a newbie, such as Sweetness, Sunshine and Peter Rabbit.

BabyLegs leg warmers quickly became a parenting essential across the world because of their utility, practicality, and stylish appeal. In 2009, the brand's continued desire to design fashionable products to protect little legs and feet led to its expansion into other categories of children's hosiery, including socks and tights. This came on the heels of the acquisition of the brand by the United Legwear Company, a global manufacturer of hosiery and underwear.

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