GAITHERSBURG, Md., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Introducing Wordsies(TM) for babies and toddlers. Wordsies(TM) are t-shirts and onesies specially created for babies and toddlers that "speak" meaningful and distinctive words to the world. Wordsies(TM) was created by a mother of three who wanted to allow other parents a vehicle of speaking to the public while trying not to offend anyone.
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While many parents want to show off their new little ones, they do not want to invite the many bad habits and germs around their newborns and toddlers. These shirts convey a few thoughts that some parents may be too shy or polite to voice.
With the flu season fast approaching, it is more important to handle precious babies with clean hands. A recent study conducted by infectious diseases scientists suggested that only 1 in 3 men wash their hands after using the restroom. According to MSNBC, "Frequent hand washing is the single best thing people can do to avoid getting sick, from colds and the flu to germs lurking in food."
Dr. David Geller from BabyCenter.com states, "since people who don't know they're sick can also spread germs, it's completely appropriate -- and not rude -- to make everyone wash their hands before touching [a] baby.
Parents' lives are already filled with many worries. Why not make a simple but worthy request to everyone and eliminate the worry of "how should I say...?" Wordsies(TM) is a simple statement that is placed on the shirts of babies.
Wordsies offer eight unique Wordsies Wear t-shirts and onesies. Four designs are embroidered Words that are offered in blue, green, or pink letters: Look But Don't Touch; Wash Your Hands First; I'm a Biracial Cutie; and My Lips Are For My Mommy. Wordsies Wear also includes creative, bright, and colorful screen-printed designs: Please Don't Compare Me To Your Baby; Please Don't Smoke Near Me; Please Don't Kiss My Lips; and Got Clean Hands?
Wordsies, LLC is dedicated to SIDS Research and will donate a portion of all profits to aid in further research as Mrs. Christian-Williams' family has been personally affected by this tragedy.
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