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Kidorable Fireman Hooded Towel!

Hey Neighbors!

We received the Kidorable Fireman Hooded Towel ($38.00) for review in our Baby Shower Event.  It is definitely Kidorable!  Our mom to be LOVED it!  We had a volunteer try it on for us so you could see how it looked.  It comes all tied up pretty in a plastic carrier bag.

She was really surprised, and just LOVED the designs on the towel.  Doesn't my model look like he is having fun?

The little fire truck has a hose stretched out along the back of the towel and is spraying water over the hydrant on the other side.

There is a small snap right under the hood to hold it in place.  This is just too cute!  Mom to be is hoping to get the umbrella and raincoat eventually!

Now, as many of my neighbors know, Kidorable has many other styles to choose from, for both boys and girls.

Part of the Kidorable story:

In 1997, Kidorable sprung from the minds, hearts and efficiency apartment of Liping and Jonathan Domsky. They proclaimed, "The world needs someone to create children's apparel and accessories that are both functional and fun. We can do that."
And so Kidorable was conceived. Starting with lions and cats and bears, oh my, manifested as umbrellas and hangers, Kidorable generated enough sales during its first year to break even and plant fruitful Kidorable seeds throughout the land. The following year sales grew ten fold. Every year since, give or take, a new style and/or product line debuted. And every year, the world joyfully embraced more Kidorable delights, give or take, than the year before.
Children, it turns out, absolutely and unconditionally love Kidorable (almost as much as their parents and other children-loving grown-ups do.)

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Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken directly from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


Nknouse22 said…
The lotus flower towel
Sandra VanHoey said…
I would choose the mermaid towel
Nancy said…
I like the Lucky Cat Hooded Towel.

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Shelley P said…
I'd choose the Space Hero Towel.
Steph said…
I like the Dinosaur Towel.
Colleen Maurina said…
I would choose their Frog Towel.

Sheila Hickmon said…
I would choose the ladybug towel!
Coolestmommy said…
I'd get ladybug or fairy. Can't decide which. All of them are so cute!

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