Disclosure: I received compensation for this review and giveaway. However, all experiences and opinions are my own. Yours may differ.
I love baby things! I really love coming across new baby products to try. Rock-A-Thigh Baby contacted me a couple weeks ago to try a pair of socks. You bet! I received the “Superhero” patterned socks, though it was hard to choose which pair since all of them are so cute! Rock-a-Thighs are available in six sizes from 0-6m up to 6-8yr.
I was so excited to put these socks on my baby because I knew he would look so cute! Lately he hasn’t been the happiest to change his clothes, or his diaper so I just put the socks on him and left him in his diaper! I thought it was a super cute look! 🙂
Rock-a-Thigh socks serve a lot of purposes. They protect bare knees on crawling babies, they stay on because they are so long, they keep legs warm in cold weather and they are very stylish. The socks have little rubber grips on the bottom to help keep walking babies from slipping. These sock would make great baby shower presents, birthday presents or gifts for any occasion. Since they have so many different styles there is something to match everyone’s interests, favorite colors, even favorite animals!
My baby loves wearing the socks. He kept pointing to the stars and laughing.
Rock-a-Thigh also sells little kid mitten of sorts called “Polar Baby Paws“. These have the same kind of idea as the thigh socks in that they are very long to help stay in place so they don’t keep falling off. It is a really sliver idea.
Each pair of Rock-a-Thigh Baby socks costs $14 each BUT Making of a Mom readers can get 15% off your order with discount code MOAM15 through the end of April.
In addition to the discount, Rock-a-Thigh Baby is giving away 2 pairs of Rock-a-Thigh socks to one lucky winner!!
This giveaway will run from April 4-11. This giveaway is open to US residents ages 18+. Winner will be verified, emailed and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.
Participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment.