Mother’s Day Gift Guide: Wordsation Review & Giveaway

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wordsationToday was the first day I could actually see my belly move when Baby Girl kicked – Dilly was able to feel her and the look on her face was absolutely priceless.  She is getting so excited for her baby sister to arrive and any time a package arrives in the mail that is for Baby Girl she gets just as excited as me!  And so when I opened a package from Wordsation that contained the most adorable onesie she exclaimed “Ohhhh that’s so cute for {insert Baby Girl’s real name}!!!”

Wordsation takes onesies to a whole new level.  They do this by finding artist’s from all over the world to create original artwork for their decorated onesies.  Every month new designs are available which can be purchased individually or in year long subscriptions.  The year long subscriptions work by shipping out a newborn onesie immediately, a 6 month onesie four months later and a 12 month onesie four months after that.  And just let me say these are truly unique onesies – you won’t find anything like them in a local store.

There are currently 8 different collections available and I chose the blowfish product-blowfish-joel-nakamura_1_compactdesign in the Sea Creatures collection designed by Joel Nakamura.  For some reason that adorable blow fish just makes me smile and reminds me of the big eyes that Sugar had as a baby which are still big and super expressive now, hehe.  Nakamura is an award-winning artist who is known for his unique style – a blend of folk art and sophisticated iconography rendered in a neo-primitive technique.  The entire collection also includes a lobster and octopus – a very gender neutral fun collection.

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There are so many other cute choices as well… here are just a few.

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You also have the option of choosing a 100% cotton rib knit onesie or 100% organic cotton rib knit onesie.  Individual onesies can be purchased for $25 or a year long subscription can be purchased for $75.  And I will be honest I know that $25 may sound pricey to some people for a onesie, but the thing to remember is that these are actually works of art that your little one can wear that has been designed by amazing artists.  A subscription would make a fun baby shower gift that keeps giving all through the year – how fun!  I seriously can not wait for Baby Girl to get here so she can rock her blowfish onesie, hehe.

Interested in purchasing a Wordsation onesie for the little one in your life or for a baby on the way?  Well head on over and go shopping because right now Happenings of the Harper Household and Children Teaching Mama readers will receive 20% off their purchase – be sure to use coupon code CTM20!  Plus you can win a onesie here.  To enter simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below.


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29 Responses to Mother’s Day Gift Guide: Wordsation Review & Giveaway

  1. Nicki says:

    I’d like to win!

  2. Nicki says:

    I’d like to win the monkeys sharing onesie.

  3. christine jessamine says:

    i would love the Gingko (Girl) Onesie by Annie Wilkinson!!! my daughter loves to pick dandelions! cute

  4. brooke t says:

    Hippo (Friends) Onesie by Alli Arnold – because it is adorable!!!

  5. Karen Joyce says:

    I would pick the Lobster Onesie by Joel Nakamura because we are going to the beach this summer and it would be the CUTEST on my little boy!

  6. Cats (Friends) Onesie by Alli Arnold because my friend is having a baby boy and they have 2 cats.

  7. Sue Hull says:

    Cats(friends) Onesies. My daughter’s best friend just had a baby boy and they have 2 cats. I knew she would love this for her new baby boy. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    I like the cat friends :) So cute!!

  9. Gina H. says:

    I like the Dandelion (Girl) Onesie by Annie Wilkinson.

  10. Rebecca Wood says:

    I would choose the Blowfish onesie. It is absolutely adorable, and one of my best friends is expecting. She would love that!

  11. courtney hennagir says:

    ooh,i love the blowfish and the squid

  12. Amanda N. says:

    I’d pick the Blowfish Onesie by Joel Nakamura because it’s cute and different.

  13. I would choose the Alligators (hello) onesie for our little boy. It is so cute!

  14. kate foster says:

    I would pick the Blowfish onesie. So cute!

  15. Dave N Tiffany Shanower says:

    I think I’d get Love Bug one of the little girls with the flowers… :)

  16. shirley fin says:

    i’d pick the hippo cause it’s so cute

  17. Amber says:

    I love the Alligators (Hello) Onesie by Alli Arnold because it’s absolutely adorable! The design is so cute.

  18. Christina C says:

    I would choose Octopus because I love the black and white, and it’s unisex

  19. Tandra Ahrens says:

    I’d love to get the Alligators (Hello) Onesie by Alli Arnold or Giraffe (Friends) Onesie by Alli Arnold!! We have a new baby coming in August and those would be super cute on her (and I love giraffe’s!).=)
    ssqueakert at aol dot com

  20. Denise Taylor says:

    I would choose the Share monkeys because we are all about monkeys!!

  21. Betsy Johnson says:

    I love the whole sea creature collection! :) Totally in love with the blowfish one – can’t stop smiling when I see it.

  22. Brittany C says:

    I really liked the Dolls (Lola) Onesie by Katherine Streeter:) Its very unique and I have never seen something quite that different on a onsie! I very much like it! Thanks!

  23. Mayla Moore says:

    I would pick a Hello Onesie for my little boy. He’s only 4 months but likes to smile at everyone and make friends.

  24. Robyn Galloway says:

    My favorite is the Octopus onsie, simple and adorable!

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