Woohoo! le•top’s adorable swimwear is featured in the May issue of Pregnancy & Newborn on newsstands now. We’re so excited! Butterfly Wishes swimsuit is available in sizes 3m through 4T at 0ne of our favorite stores: Klassy Kids in Waldorf, MD (3305 Plaza Way, Waldorf, MD 20603. Phone: 301. 645. 8081). Also featured in the May issue is Deep Ocean surf suit (available in sizes 3m through 24m) and striped bucket hat. Try fun online store Gazoodle Kids, located in Winston Salem, NC to shop this adorable suit and hat! And last but not least, le•top’s Strawberry Fields monokini, available in sizes 12m through 6x can be found at Jenson’s Store in Anoka, MN. Of course there’s always our le•top store locator to find a le•top retailer nearest you. Summer is here/coming soon, so get your bathing beauties in top le•top swimsuit form! And don’t forget your May issue of Pregnancy & Newborn for some pool or beachside reading, or check them out online.
Archive for May 1st, 2009
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As a child, I wasn’t ever allowed to get ice cream from ice cream trucks…I know, weird…don’t ask. On the other hand, there’s Sweetie, who must have, I think, lived in one. We were visiting friends in Florida recently when he jumped up, wildly shouting, “What’s that?!?” and flew out the door. Seriously, I thought a house was on fire across the street. But no, there he stood, excitedly waiting by the curb, counting his change. SEVERAL minutes later, an ice cream truck appeared. To me, this was akin to a dog’s whistle…only Sweetie heard the ice cream truck’s tinkling, beckoning melody, which was MILES away.