We love our shirt from Tumblewalla it is just the cutest this shirt has little elephants on it and is this pretty blue color. It is true to size also Jayce got a 2t and it is a little big on him but there is room to grow. We got a lot of compliments on it left and right. But they don't just sell shirts they sell all kinds of organic clothing from onesies, dresses, shirts, pants, and so much more!! The shirt we were able to review was the Scooter Shirt which retails for $24.00 but now on sale for $14.40 this shirt has been washed a few times and still looks new. The sizes it comes in 3 months-3 years old.
Celebrate color with our silhouette scooter collar shirt -made from super soft organic brushed cotton. Note: When in doubt - please size-up as our clothing is a snugger fit for babies and toddlers.
Our collection is designed to inspire colorful play - one tumble, tickle, and smile at a time. We also believe EVERY child has a right to feel the joy of simple play. That's why a portion of this purchase goes to select non-profit organizations dedicated to brightening the lives and futures of children who don't have the resources or opportunities to play as they should.
About the Company:
Tumblewalla celebrates the intrinsic playful spirit of kids around the world. Our clothing line is un-restricted so it’s easy to move, play, and just have-fun. The line features Indian-inspired free flowing cuts and vibrant colors – sharing this festive culture with families everywhere. Tumblewalla believes that unstructured play is critical for emotional and social development. Many children from around the world do not have the access or resources to play as they should. That’s why Tumblewalla is committed to partnering with emerging organizations across the globe that do just this – make it possible for kids everywhere to celebrate their youth.
Loosely translated from Hindi, Tumblewalla means “one who tumbles” which reflects the playful spirit of the brand. Some of my happiest moments as a mom are watching my son kick his feet wildly and break into giggles whenever we stop at the playground to build sandcastles or tumble down a slide. I also realize that we are lucky – many kids around the world don’t have access or opportunity to play. Play is such a critical aspect of the learning experience, enabling kids to form friendships and connections and most importantly, build self confidence. It’s important for kids to enjoy the here and now. I wanted to find a way to help celebrate the buoyancy of youth which led to the beginnings of Tumblewalla – a wearable and vibrant line of clothes that celebrates the joy in everyday tumbles and tickles.
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