February, 2010
Dear Adrienne: WonderToast is the definitely something everyone should check out. Their clothing line that’s inspired from the book is too cute to ignore.

November 25, 2009
Channel 4 News Denver: Andrea Lopez did a story titled "Web Site Offers Moms Gift Ideas For Holidays", featuring Cool Mom Picks as they highlighted non-mainstream, independent, emerging designers, and small mom and women run businesses. Who was the only on-screen designer featured?! WonderToast! Check out the video here:

November 2, 2009
Cool Mom Picks: Believe it or not, there are kids out there who eat more than spaghetti with butter sauce. Some eat spaghetti and tomato sauce. Some even eat things like (gasp) sushi - and one day I hope to count my kids among them. So I love the onesies from WonderToast found at eco boutique Greeno Bambino which allow you to proclaim your adventurous food allegiances on your baby's chest.

In illustrator and mom Anna Woltz's clever alphabet (which come from the WonderToast coloring book), D stands for Dim Sum, G is for Guacamole, N is for Nigiri, and T is for Tandoori.

The designs are adorable -- Anna cut her teeth doing animation for Nickelodeon - and the onesies themselves are as healthy as the foods they portray: Certified organic cotton short or long-sleeved onesies are printed with low-impact dyes in a fair trade factory in India. Kind of like the trifecta of ethical children's clothes manufacturing.

August 26, 2009
M's Ramblings: Lately, I have been keeping an eye out for some original, witty, uber cute baby onesies. Here is what I've found lately, thanks to LotusHaus Mama for tuning me onto Wonder Toast, they make these cute illustrated onesies of organic cotton, and they take different letters of the alphabet, and an ethnic food it stands for! My favorites: N is for Nigiri, and of course - L is for Lumpia!!!

August 9, 2009
Inhabitots: 100% organic onesies and toddler tees are original, brightly colored, and focused on popular dishes of various cultures around the world. Each WonderToast baby onesie is 100% SKAL certified organic and dyed with low-impact, azo-free dyes. Designs on each onesie serve up a tasty bite-size fact. The electric blue D is for Dim Sum organic onesie says: “Dim Sum is from China, made up of lots of different snacks!” What a fun way to expand baby’s palate and put him or her on the path to being a foodie!

August 9, 2009
LotushausMomma: Supercute and tasty! Have your lil' ones in comfy, eco-friendly organic cotton onesies by WonderToast and spread the love for global cuisine at the same time! I love these alphabet foodie onesies!

June 11, 2009
Purple, Pink & Orange: SIX QUICK PICKS: Little Ones...G is for Guacamole makes the list!

June 1, 2009
Dexter's Super Savvy Mommy: I have washed the shirt at least a dozen times and it has not faded once! It is so soft and it doesn't pill either. It is definitely a quality shirt. I love how bright the colors are and I appreciate that the shirts are dyed using low-impact, azo-free dyes.

May 19, 2009
Couch with a View: WonderToast delivers some of the wittiest products for kids that I've seen in a while!!

May 18, 2009
One Bored Mommy: Causes children to broaden their horizons and open up their taste buds to something new. Talking about these foods is going to spark their curiosity to how they taste and smell.

April 23, 2009
Examiner.com: Organic onesies featuring world foods from Wonder Toast will make you "ooh" and "aaah."

Jan 16, 2009
AsianMommy.com: On their "Cool Items" page, they say "How fun!" and their readers agree that "These are adorable!"

June 16, 2008
Ideal Bite is a "guide to green" blog who offers bite-sized ideas for light green living. They sent in a scout to check out my most favorite of WonderToast retailers: Green Genes in Chicago, and noted our WonderToast ABC book as a "don't miss"!

January 21, 2008
Great Green Baby ran a raffle for one of our organic onesies - check out the great comments their readers wrote about us!

November 15, 2007
Poppy Talk featured us on their great shopping blog!

November 12, 2007
Roadside Scholar wrote a great piece about us on her blog!
"I think this is such a terrific way to engage a child’s curiosity while educating them about food and other cultures."

October 23, 2007
Ohdeedoh (formerly Apartment Therapy: Nursery) featured us on their awesome shopping site!
"We love this fun way to introduce kids to new foods and reinforce the alphabet at the same time."

October 17, 2007
Rare Bird Finds featured us on their great shopping blog!
"I know my daughter would love this!"

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