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In my attempt to not only start toning my body back up again after having this little babe, but also get out of the house more (buh-bye cabin fever!), I started doing Barre classed 1-2 times per week with some Flywheel also thrown in there at some point, too. (I’ve been doing this super inexpensively through Classpass, click here to join for $19 for the first month!) Anyways, because we use sticky bottom socks to do the Barre classes, I was introduced to Sticky Be Socks and am absolutely obsessed for so many reasons.
Why We Love Sticky Be Socks
First, you can see that they are great for your whole crew. No more slipping on the floor and as Blake starts pulling herself up on things, I don’t have to worry about her slipping on the hardwood floors that run all the way through our apartment.
Each pair of Sticky Be Socks for both adults, kids and babies has really cute sayings on the bottoms. I don’t know about you, but sometimes I need that “be calm” reminder from time to time and this extra touch makes these socks extra special.
They are also just plain fun to have on going from class back to mom mode! Each pair is super cozy and the baby versions are especially yummy. And I’m not gonna lie – I’m a sucker for anything that allows me to twin with my littles!
So, we’ll just be over here all calm, peaceful, grateful and hanging out in or favorite Sticky Be Socks on this glorious mom style Monday! If you missed last weeks post, click here to check out another great mommy and me option that has Blake and I all cozy when we’re hanging around the house.
I have partnered with the amazing Sticky Be Socks to give you all a chance to win some for yourself! Enter using the rafflecoppter below and one winner will be chosen on Tuesday March 21st – good luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
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