Saturday, December 29, 2012

Yochi Yochi Princess Sakura Squeaky Shoes Review and GiveAway!!

I recently had the opportunity to review these cute little shoes for my Gracie girl from Yochi Yochi called The Princess Sakura Squeaky Shoes!



About the company:
Yochi Yochi is proud to introduce the latest trend from Japan here on American soil. Yochi Yochi shoes are made with a small squeaking diaphragm in the heel of each shoe which causes a small squeak when your child takes a step. The noise is fun, but I think it goes beyond that.
With the squeaking sound of every step, you can find comfort in the fact that your stealthy child will have a hard time getting away from your side without you knowing.
In addition to safety, many doctors have suggested that when children can audibly recognize their footsteps, the sounds can reinforce the natural rhythm of walking and actually help train them to walk.
Yochi Yochi strives to create durable products at great prices because they know how fast your children grow up!

 My Opinion:
Gracie is not walking yet but when she does these shoes will be a great learning tool for her and as long as she keeps them on her feet I'll always hear her coming or... going!
Please keep in mind that the shoes are made of Nylon and the size runs a little on the small size, so make sure you take that into consideration when buying your shoes.

Mommy Approved!


Ha! Gracie loved them so much she thought she was big enough to drive!! 
Silly girl!

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{Thank you to Yochi Yochi Shoes for their product for review! This product was given for review for my honest opinion. No other compensation was received for the review.}

2 comments:

  1. I've always wanted to try the cute, squeaky shoes! These look adorable.

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  2. these are super cute, thanks for the heads up letting us know they run small...

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