Meet My BlogHer ’12 Sponsor: Little Pima Baby Clothing

by Dagmar Bleasdale on May 24, 2012

I'm going to BlogHer '12I’m going to BlogHer this year again, after having a wonderful experience at Blogher ’11 in San Diego and BlogHer ’10 in New York City.

I bought my ticket for BlogHer ’12 right after coming back from San Diego.

I hadn’t even started to look for a sponsor when I was approached by the owners of Little Pima about being their ambassador for BlogHer. After familiarizing myself with this up-and-coming company, I said yes!

It’s with much enthusiasm that I’m making it official:

Little Pima is my BlogHer ’12 sponsor!

All of Little Pima’s products are made from 100% pima cotton, which is hypoallergenic, ultra-soft, holds color amazingly, and doesn’t produce lint — a winning combination for babies delicate skin, and especially for babies with eczema.

Little Pima offers baby layettes, embroidered onesies, pajamas , bibs, burp cloths, and blankets.

My personal favorite are the convertible gowns — the full snap opening is great for easy dressing in those first days, and then the gown converts into a playsuit.

Why Pima Cotton Is So Special

Carolina Lezama, owner of Little Pima: “Having a young baby ourselves, we were always looking for baby clothing that catered to the needs of our newborn’s sensitive skin. When we discovered pima cotton, we were so impressed with the benefits and how comfortable our baby was, we felt obligated to share it with other proud parents around the world.”

Because of its ultra-absorbency, pima cotton makes the perfect material for your baby’s clothing. It is also lint-free and 50 times more durable than standard cotton blends, ensuring it will survive the washing machine unharmed and just as soft as the first day your baby enjoyed it.

In a time when machines and chemicals dominate commercial processes from food to furniture, Peruvian pima cotton can only be certified as such if it is harvested by hand and without the use of chemicals. This keeps the cotton safe for babies, uncontaminated, and the cotton fibers intact.

These are just a few of the many reasons why pima cotton is a superior material for baby’s clothing. If you’d like to learn more, click here.

Have a look around Little Pima’s website, check out their cute, comfortable, and affordable pima cotton baby clothes, learn more about the benefits of pima cotton, and say hi! You can keep up with Little Pima’s latest news, specials, and contests by following them on Facebook and Twitter.

Dagmar’s momsense special: Use code 20OFF for 20% off Little Pima baby clothes.

I hope to see you at BlogHer ’12 in New York City!

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