You Can Now Turn Your Baby Into An Adorable Burrito With This Tortilla Swaddling Blanket
Sure, babies are adorable, but do you know what's even more adorable? A baby swaddled like a burrito, of course.
New York-based company, UncommonGoods, sells a tortilla-inspired swaddling blanket - reminiscent of the tortilla blanket for adults which recently went viral - and it even comes with a matching cap to complete the look.
The blanket, which is made from a cotton-polyester blend, was created by UncommonGoods creator, Katharine Harlan Owens, and it is hand-sewn in Brooklyn, New York.
The swaddling blanket is recommended for tots up to four months, and the cap for babies up to three months.
"From their sweet rosy cheeks to their delectable little toes, you know your baby looks good enough to eat, and now he or she can dress the part with this fiesta-worthy rendition of swaddling clothes. Soft layers of stretchy cotton-polyester blend "tortilla" envelop your cutie keeping them cuddled, secure, and looking deliciously adorable.
Since too much heat can cause baby (and his or her parents) to lose their cool, the breathable fabric blend ensures that the little one will stay at a comfortable mild temperature even through summer's most scorching days. A matching hat provides the perfect topping.
When it comes to standout baby gifts, this set is the whole enchilada. Cut and sewn by hand in Brooklyn, New York," reads the description on the UncommonGoods website.
And it seems people are loving it. "The Tortilla Baby was a great gift for friends (he's an Executive Chef) celebrating the birth of their newborn son. The gift was humorous, fun, unforgettable, and actually practical for the new little "baby burrito", Ben. It was well-made, great graphics and quality materials," wrote one happy customer, and another corroborated;
"I bought this as a baby shower gift for friends having their first and they loved it! It is a little confusing to figure out what it is when just looking at the package, but once they opened it up and pulled out the blanket and beanie.. they figured it out. Can't wait to see their little burrito all wrapped up! The helpful note about how to wrap up the little one was a lovely addition for new parents."
This article first appeared on FourNine.net