Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Sharing Small Socks Review (Tomoson)

A photo posted by Stacie D Wyatt (@sdwyatt1980) on

A photo posted by Stacie D Wyatt (@sdwyatt1980) on

A photo posted by Stacie D Wyatt (@sdwyatt1980) on

I received Sharing Small socks, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. I received two pair of socks.  Sharing Small is a children's monthly sock subscription plan. What stands out about the company is they donate a pair of socks to a child in need, with every purchase. Each month, your child receives a pair of socks, a postcard about travel, and a pair is donated.

Some of the charities include Sick Kids Hospital Foundation, Downtown Eastside Women's Center, and BabyGoRound. The children receive the same socks as your kids do.

Kalen received a beautiful pair of blue and yellow socks. The socks are very comfortable. Kalen is not a sock person. Socks get taken off quick, but he kept these socks on longer than his regular socks.

Subscription plans are $10 per month. The socks come in small (ages 2-4); medium (ages 5-8), and large (ages 9 to 12). The socks are made from cotton, spandex, and elastic. You can add up to 8 kids with your plan.

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