It’s another Mej Mej First Friday! This month we are delighted to announce that we are adding a new product category to our shop full of happy.
Since we began Mej Mej almost a year ago, we have been working on bringing a special dream project to life. And, today is the day! We are so excited to introduce One for Onezees™. For every soft organic onezee purchased, another new soft organic onezee will be given to a baby in need. We hope that together we can help to make the world a little bit better, one baby at a time.
For the first introduction, we have reinvented our popular Little Feather collection in cotton and thread. We lovingly embroider our most requested southwestern illustrations to super soft organic cotton onezees … who knew a soft nubbly cactus could be so cute.
For the first onezees given to babies who need them, we decided to feature our heart-in-a-bubble design. It’s like sending a little hug from one baby to another. And, you can buy a heart-in-a-bubble onezee for your own baby, too. It’s fun to think that there is a matching onezee across town or across the world. We also include a gift card on which you can write a “welcome to the world” greeting, send it back to us, (postage paid) and we will include it with your gift.
Before we could even begin to choose which of our collections to feature on our new baby apparel, we pledged to find the softest one-piece onezee in the world for stitching our Mej Mej designs. And we found it! This super soft onezee is made from the finest 100% Fair Trade and GOTS certified organic cotton. The thick, sumptuous fabric feels as soft as both sweet babies you are dressing. Then we machine embroider each piece in our Austin, Texas studio, one at a time.
You can even add a personal touch to your child’s onezee! Customize with a new baby’s name or monogram for a beautiful one-of-a-kind gift.
Thank you so much for spreading love with us to the newest generation of children. It is comforting to know that some day, they will be making great change.
Love, Cathy and Jules
“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” –Mother Teresa