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Review of Stay with Me Socks

10:40 AM


"Hey, your kid lost a sock."

I can't tell you how many times I'd be carrying my new little one through a store or shopping mall, when a total stranger would come up to me and tell me this. *sigh* I've just acquired another matchless sock to have to deal with in the laundry.

The neat new product called Stay with Me Socks, however, solves this problem in a cute, comfortable, and practical way. The Adjustable baby socks (which come in blue/white, green/white, pink/white, solid pink, and solid blue), stay on little tykes feet, no matter how squirmy or kicky they get. They are easy to use, and even easier to wash. (Plus the loop and wash design lets you match them up BEFORE you wash and dry them -- keeping them together from one wearing to the next.)

The socks work well, using a strap that velcros around the baby's ankles to help you adjust them to just the right size to be comfortable but snug. Since they work on the outside of the sock, they don't irritate baby's skin, and there are no extra accessories needed to keep track of. This all-in-one solution is adorable!

These socks are affordable (around $4.50 for a pair), and are available at stores like Target this fall! Visit www.staywithmesocks.com for full details!

Wanna win? We have a set of 2 pairs of Stay with Me Socks (newborn size, one pink and one blue) to give away to one lucky reader! To be entered to win, just comment on this post with any story, idea, or tips regarding lost baby socks, and we'll pick one winner randomly to win. You have until November 27th at 11:59 pm CST to get your entries in, and you can enter every day! (Just comment as directed for your first entry, and for each entry after that, type "Today's Entry!")

Giveaways are subject to complete site rules. (Be sure to give us a way to reach you if you win, and remember that we will never use your email or contact info for anything other than to send your prize.) Good luck, and be sure to check out all of our other giveaways!

*Sample was received for this review.

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22 comments

  1. put them in a linen bag before putting in washer

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  2. If I lose one, I just hold onto it's partner in case another gets lost so I can still have a pair. (I use a lot of white socks so they'll always match.)

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  3. OMG sooo funny.. I was running errands with my daughter who kicked her sock off.. spent the next half hour retracing my steps to find the sock!! I found it!! I was sick of losing socks I had to find it! :-)

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  4. Put them in a mesh bag before washing.. leave that mesh bag in the hamper, so you don't have to sort them when you do the laundry.

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  5. My little girl had pretty big feet for a newborn that none of the socks fit her when she was born. So pretty much all the socks we had to work with ended up just popping off her feet everywhere we went. Now I buy in bulk in mostly the same color so they'll always match no matter how many I lose!

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  6. I wish I could think of something original, but a mesh lingerie bag is the best solution I can come up with!
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  7. I also have a mesh bag that I put socks in when I wash-say goodbye to lost ones

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.coma

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  8. I have a mesh bag I always put the socks in when washing, I went to this after losing so many!
    lgrieser(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  9. even in New York City, strangers will come running after you with the baby's sock that just fell off

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  10. I also use a mesh bag. Thanks for the chance. mogrill@comcast.net

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  11. Always check under the rubber lip on the front loading washers for the baby socks. Half of mine end up there!

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  12. The first time my husband and I took our newborn daughter out in public we accidentally threw one of her socks away with the dirty diaper that we had just changed! It was the first of many lost socks, we just didn't know it at the time :)

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  13. Another daily entry. Suggestion is to buy ALL the same color/style for each kid. Easy to sort.
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  14. I keep all my son's socks in a little plastoc box in his drawer. Singles are kept organized there for when the missing mate shows up again.

    haselowsweeps (at) gmail (dot) com

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  15. I put them in my zippered lingerie bags :)

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