Category: Design

Parents Who Love Their Family Choose Cotton Underwear

Buckingham Palace

Just like the Queen of England has gone organic with her gardens, here at Lucky & Me, we want to treat our princes and princesses with the safest and most natural fabrics in our organic children’s underwear and sleepwear. Her Majesty the Queen, Elizabeth II of England, takes an organic approach to her gardens. TheseRead more »

Does Your Child Hate Wearing Underwear? Let’s Solve Your Dilemma

Reasons to Choose Underwear

When it comes to wearing underwear, some kids simply don’t want to do it. Chemically-dyed fabrics cause underwear to be scratchy and rough on their skin, while itchy labels and too-tight elastics make undies super uncomfortable to wear. Parents all over the US from San Francisco to NYC are at their wits’ end. While buyingRead more »

The Endless Comfort of Jammies

Please note – our sleepwear & pajamas are currently unavailable. For other cozy tops, undies, bike shorts and leggings, please browse Lucky & Me’s super soft  Girls’ Tops & Bottoms.   Few things are more comforting than a cozy pair of pajamas. I remember buying my son’s first cotton onesies. We lived in Hong Kong at theRead more »

Care Labels for Sensitive Skin

Ava Collection

A few weeks ago, we shared info about care instructions and the importance of following them if you want your kids’ clothes to last long enough for your little ones to outgrow them. Another reason for following the care instructions came to my attention recently– A customer wrote to say that she and her daughter love the design and softRead more »

Proper Care Instructions for Clothing

Do you follow the care labels on your family’s clothes? I don’t, not always.  If they’re just a little bit dirty, I wash my daughter’s clothes in cold water, per the instructions. Wash in cold water seems to be the default instruction these days for all types of clothing– it’s more environmentally friendly.  But sometimes her clothes really needRead more »

The Importance of Durability

As I do my fifth load of laundry of the day, I wonder how my mother survived three kids– potty training accidents, wet beds, two boys who liked to bring home tadpoles and watch them turn into frogs in the bathroom sink. One small girl can overwhelm me at times– sometimes it’s the ceaseless laundryRead more »

Raising a Sensory Smart Child

Sensory Hotspots

One of the wisest things my mom taught me about parenting is, You have to pick your battles. When my son was about 10 years old, he wanted to grow a tail. No, not that kind of tail, this one involved letting the hair at the back of his neck grow while keeping the rest ofRead more »