Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (PRWEB) February 2, 2010
Babysmartees is fashion for mom and the newest adaptation of how to enhance baby's visual stimulation. Research has shown that objects with patterns having 100% contrast (that is black-on-white) are easiest for newborns and infants to see. Putting this research together with comfortable yet fashionable attire for mothers is a way to make the time with baby even more valuable.
Paula Tancredi Penman, co-owner with her sister Amyjo Tancredi, explains the inspiration of Babysmartees: "As mothers of four children between us, we were strong believers in black and white visual stimulation when our children were first born. We faithfully followed the techniques in Dr. Susan Ludington-Hoe's book, How to Have a Smarter Baby, where parents are shown how to have healthier, happier, and smarter babies. We were also strong believers in the post-pregnancy fashion of t-shirts and sweatpants! When I noticed my son staring at some of my shirts with more graphic designs on them, it was an "ah-a!" moment and BABYSMARTEES was born. Knowing that the secret to infant visual stimulation lies in high-contrast colors paired with geometric shapes, we put the shapes on our t-shirts."
Now mothers can easily add a visual stimulator for her baby by wearing a comfortable, yet fun and stylish, Babysmartees t-shirt. It is a one-of-kind baby gift. Tancredi Penman confirms, “Most of our customers have bought our t-shirts as a new baby gift or baby shower gift.” The soft, 100% cotton t-shirts are designed to enhance the visual development of infants with 3 designs created for the various stages of a baby's visual development. Next for Babysmartees is a t-shirt for dads.
For additional information on Babysmartees please contact Paula Tancredi Penman or visit http://www.babysmartees.com
Babysmartees specializes in unique t-shirts designed to enhance the visual development of infants. Mothers can add a visual stimulator for her baby by wearing a Babysmartees t-shirt and can choose from 3 designs created for the various stages of a baby's visual development. Babysmartees owners are mothers too: located in upstate New York, Babysmartees is owned and operated by the sister team of Paula Tancredi Penman and Amyjo Tancredi who have four children between them.
Paula A. Tancredi Penman, Owner