Babies clothes are known to have a short life span. Right? WRONG! - Prologue

A series of 12 Blog-Posts to help ensure you a baby wardrobe that will last longer than you have ever imagined possible.

PrologueMy third pregnancy and delivery were by far the hardest of them all. Coming home from the hospital after a high-risk pregnancy, a super agonizing induced delivery and Little Lia being hospitalized in intensive care for 5 days, I was exhausted. Between 2 more kids – Itay & Roni, and a newborn, it all felt like a huge Tsunami wave heading towards me. So… you’re probably wondering why I am telling you all that and what the hell does it have to do with babies wardrobes, so here it is: One of the things I remember vividly from those days of physical and emotional despair is that keeping busy with Lia’s adorable baby clothes made me feel almost instantly better. Her cute little outfits filled me with such joy that my most relaxed times of the day (except sleeping) were those in which I was choosing, buying, dressing her up and even washing and folding them to place. I imagine I might sound like a super superficial woman, confessing to the fact that Lia’s little clothes were a source of light in one of the most challenging times of my life, but to tell you the truth, I don’t think that was the case. Since I can remember, I was always fascinated with beauty, design, and aesthetics. I used beauty as a softening quality to the more rugged edges that life can have sometimes. Being engaged with Lia’s clothes became a cathartic and therapeutic outlet in those days filled with house chores, sleepless nights, taking care of three kids and 10 kilos overweight I was still carrying from being pregnant at the age of 40. This newfound hobby of mine allowed me to get in touch in the most harmonious way with both the pleasure of motherhood and, the playful little girl in me. I allowed myself to get immersed in this magical world I found. Since I am not wealthy, I had to pursue my new passion within sensible budget limitations, which didn’t bother me at all, because surprisingly and even though I made almost no compromises, Lia’s wardrobe expenses were no higher than I knew before.  Tali, my best friend, had little Amalia only 3 Months after I had Lia. She soon joined me and together we became unstoppable 😊. We came up with all sorts of new ways and methods to create the perfect baby wardrobe within the boundaries of a reasonable budget. Eventually, our joined love to babywear paved the road to Ponponia. In this series of posts, we mapped out all our insights so you can also choose the right, long-lasting, practical & super stylish wardrobe for your little one (without mortgaging your house😊) Stay tuned for our next blog post to learn more.

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