Thursday, July 18, 2013

Preemie clothes for NICU Tamiko preemie clothes

Being a foster parent out first baby that we were placed with was only 5lbs 6oz at almost 2 weeks old. I am excited that I found out about Preemie clothes for NICU by Tamiko.

Tamiko clothes for premature babies - NICU-approved

The Tamiko brand is a high quality clothing line for premature & newborn babies.

All garments have easy access for NICU equipment, with tiny holes for tubes and wires. The clothes can be fully opened on front, to enable easier dressing, with minimum disturbance for the preemie baby.
To the right, you can read about what parents and NICU nurses have to say about the Tamiko clothes, and to shop, visit Where to Buy.

The clothes are specially created for preemie's in NICUs. 

NICU staff have said these clothes will actually make their job easier, because tubes and wires can easily be adjusted and there is no need to thread through sleeves or legs.
The fabric has been specially selected to be as comfortable as possible for the tiny babies. The fabric is high in quality and natural, with soft seams for preemie‘s extra sensitive skin.

The smallest clothes fit micro preemies and the biggest size is regular newborn size.

The clothes are amazingly soft and the colors are unisex; sandshell and blue, and striped pattern in green and violet, plus the cutest lion print you've ever seen!

NICU-friendly clothes

NICU-friendly preemie clothes from Tamiko

Here you can see how the romper fits when the oxygen saturation monitor is used in the NICU. This white romper is a fitting-sample and the tiny boy was helping out with the creation.
He's wearing the small preemie size and weighs 4 lbs. Both his length and weight mean he's starting to fit the regular preemie size. After all, he's a "big" boy, 6 weeks old there :)
Hopefully we will get a little girl to put this on soon!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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