Guest post by Sarah Bonar
Whether your child is making sandcastles at Kits Beach or kicking back with a bottle of formula, wearing Little Pipsqueak means they’ll be doing it in urban chic style.
On vacation in Kamloops, I stumbled on the Little Pipsqueak clothing line. Their designs were captivating: retro infant bowling shirts, drawstring scrub pants, and adorable tunics and kimonos for babies and toddlers.
Back home, I checked out their online store to buy a wardrobe for my six month old son. Gone were the days of mundane onesies and uninspired coveralls. People couldn’t stop commenting on my son’s curls, stunning blue eyes, and trendy outfits.
Little Pipsqueak was started by two moms from Clearwater, BC. Most items are handmade and extremely durable. There are a few coordinating t-shirts and hoodies that are machine-made from American Apparel and then pressed with the Little Pipsqueak logo and designs. All pieces of clothing are surprisingly affordable, considering the unique design and detail.
A friend of mine says you’re only as cool as your kid looks. If that’s true, then you’re a very cool mom with a child dressed in Little Pipsqueak.
www.littlepipsqueak.ca | (250) 674-3587
Sarah Bonar is a mother of two toddlers, a teacher for the Vancouver School District and writes articles for the Examiner, solely focused on the best family activities in the Lower Mainland.