Encourage your lil one to eat his veggies with the sweet organic tees by Puddlefoot ($22), a line of shirts designed to celebrate the goodness of the garden. Created by Suzi MacDougall, an Ojai, California mom, the shirts feature six animated garden-variety vegetables with cute taglines. From "Stalky" the celery to "Y'onion" the onion, the sweatshop-free shirts are also PVC and pthalate-free and made with water-based inks. Inspired by the plants and animals she grew up with, MacDougall began doodling caricatures as a child herself. Once her sons were born, she put her designs to work and started the Puddlefoot brand. If the cute veggies can get your tot to at least try the goods, the shirts will have gone above and beyond the call of duty.
Feb 18 2009