by Shelly Khushal
When I was asked to participate in the Peekaboo Beans Ambassador Program, I jumped at the chance. I mean who wouldn’t want their child to be featured in a clothing line, right?
But it was only after I attended the webinar and a got a chance to hear Director, Traci Costa’s story, I realized that it was much more than just a clothing line. It was a story… a journey, a statement of hope, a declaration of freedom.
Peekaboo Beans clothes takes into account children with sensory processing disorder or sensitive skin issues. The label-less, tag-less system enables children to wear clothing without fuss or irritation.
Through their ‘Right to Play’ philosophy, Peekaboo Beans designs play wear for children on-the-go, and encourages that free play be brought back. According to statistics, children today are playing less than ever before, leading to physical, intellectual, social and emotional problems. Hence, Peekaboo Beans clothes are not only beautiful, but are comfortable too!
Kids can play in style and comfort!
I love the texture of the clothing, and the colours are all bright and vibrant and all have a happy feel to them. The sizes are quite generous – their size chart on their website was quite helpful in assisting with picking the appropriate size. Not all size 5s are the same, so it was great that their clothing is made a little more on the larger size (i.e. still room for kids to grow into).
Here is what my daughter and I chose from the Peekaboo Beans Fall line:
Peekaboo Beans clothing is comfortable, soft and playful, how kids’ clothing should be!
Kids can play in style and comfort! Agree?
Shelly Khushal is an events planner. Some of her projects include conducting leadership conferences, celebrity seminars, orientation conferences and wedding planning. Shelly@Khushal.ca