By Louise Kinross
A cotton baby onesie that you put on from the bottom-up was named one of TIME’s best inventions of 2023.
Tabeeze’s founder Carrie Shaltz Haslup says she’s heard from parents of kids with disabilities and medical conditions who appreciate not having to disconnect oxygen or tracheostomy tubes to dress and undress their child.
The company’s latest accessory is an iron-on G-tube patch in bright colours that allows you to adapt your Tabeeze onesie, or other clothes, for your child’s feeding tube. They appear to be out of stock at the moment. We will update you!
For every onesie sold, Tabeeze donates one to the NICU at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. If you have a baby in the NICU, or a child with a disability or medical complexity, you can receive 40 per cent off your first order.
They also make colourful bottom-up t-shirts and zippy leg rompers.
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