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Spring into Fashion with Robeez! — Yellow Tennessee

Spring into Fashion with Robeez!

Snow or no snow, Spring is here! Soon the grass will be greener, the trees will blossom and our little ones will be donning their new spring outfits! One of my favorites brands, Robeez, has just launched their spring and summer collections and the shoes are as adorable as ever!

Robeez are soft sole shoes designed to help our little ones with their balance, have a firm grip on the floor, and promote muscle growth! Or if you are like me, you’ll put them on your babies simply for their cuteness factor! Robeez are very well made, long lasting, and very comfy for those itty bitty feet! They run from size 0 to 24 months in many different styles and fashions, I think there is something for everyone!

I love Hedgehogs!

I love Hedgehogs!

The "Ahhh! Shark!" Soft Soldes" are so adorable!

The “Ahhh! Shark!” Soft Soldes” are so adorable!

Not only is Robeez helping our little ones feel and look good, they are doing good for the community too with their “Buy One, Give One Sock Campaign”! Starting April 1st, for every pair of Robeez socks purchased* at myrobeez.com, a new pair of socks will be donated to Head Start. Head Start is a federal government program that promotes school readiness in children ages birth to five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social and emotional development.

*The “Buy One, Give One Sock Campaign” will run from April 1 to April 30, 2014 on myrobeez.com will donate at least 1,000 new Robeez socks to Head Start through K.I.D.S. For more information or to contribute to the campaign, please visitwww.myrobeez.com.

Note: This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.

About Heather Stevens

Heather is a Michigan mom of two awesome boys and married to her High School sweetheart. When she is not blogging she is getting into mischief and blaming it on the dog, packing Angry Birds in her husband's lunch, and crying about getting older.