Fashion & Style, Kenyan Kids Fashion

50 Days of Kenyan Kids Fashion -Day 15

August 12, 2016
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When I was writing the title of the post above, I had to go back to my old posts to confirm that we are actually on Day 15!! Would you believe it we made it to Day 15? And would you believe me if I told you that I have 15 more shoots just sitting pretty in my laptop waiting to be unveilled? And about 10 more shoots waiting to happen? Very soon, when we clock Day 25, I will tell you guys about the frustrations I have gone through between conceptualizing the campaign, getting sponsors & retailers on board, and having it up and running. Initially, my main challenge was convincing retailers to come on board. Now I have an overwhelming number of stores to feature and my struggles are different!

I hope you have had a productive week and you are looking forward to a restful weekend. I sure am. To all you super mommies with infants, you better make sure you have your Toto Wrap’s slings, stretchies or carriers ready for the weekend. Nothing should stop you from going about your business. Not even your demanding child. Because Toto Wraps has your back! Today we feature a different design of the sling and kikoy wrap which we reviewed in this post.

Love, Joy & Xena.

Featured Kenyan Retailer:

Stretchy wrap and carrier from Toto Wraps: Website, Facebook page, reach them on (+254)717-993 884

Xena’s Gap Hoodie from Mykidscouture.com

Shoot location-Samsung Galaxy Store & Playground, Valley Arcade Shopping Centre

Photographer- Charles Ngomo

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8 Comments

Caroline

Hi Joy,

I’m planning to travel with my 3 yr and 1 yr old daughters. I need a wrap for the 1 yr old. She’s 10kgs. Given that you tried and tested all these wraps. Would you recommend which one would be good for crisscrossing airports?

    Lil'missbelle

    I found two of the designs most convenient. I fell in love with the sling wrap first. It is easy to wrap around as the loops make the work easier, compared to the other wraps (stretch and kikoy) that you have to tie a knot. I loved the fact that you can carry your baby in four different positions: back, front and either side. So if you get tired on one side you can easily switch sides and you have four to work with. Plus they come in such beautiful colors!

    The baby carrier of course took the award for ease of use when it comes to tying it up as its pretty straight forward. And the support it gives the baby is fantastic as its quite solid. Quite good for heavier kids.

Rahmo

Hi Joy?

So I show my sister who has two daughters your page and she looks at the pictures and goes like ‘Their mother is a stay at home mum that’s why she has all the time to make them look this good’ and I tell her that you have a job(8-5) and she says then Joy has to teach mothers the art of slayage’. Tunangoja classes sisi. Your blog is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G and I would probably steal Xena if I could get a way with it.

    Lil'missbelle

    This post made my day yesterday! I was actually at a long meeting with a client and I almost burst out laughing when I read this. How I wish I was a stay at home mom! Honestly though,I don’t think I would last too long as a housewife (not to say that their work is little just that I love being on the move). Thank you loads for the complement and please you and your sister are welcome any time for lessons! Thanks Rahmo.



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