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pythagorean theorem swaddling blanket

by Tiffany Ard
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Acute Baby

It's never too early for a little genius to get all wrapped up in mathematics, and this organic swaddling blanket might just do the trick. The 100% organic cotton blanket has a colorful, Pythagorean Theorum printed with non-toxic, vegetable-based inks. The blanket is lightweight, warm but breathable, and has just the right amount of stretch. Double-needle ribbed binding around the edges provides extra durability. Designer Tiffany Ard, artist and self-proclaimed nerd, says this was her favorite type of blanket to use when her own children were little. Blankets are made in India and printed in the USA using vegetable inks approved by the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission an organization created to better regulate the safety of products made and imported for sale in the U.S.

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Item ID
21179
Made from
100% organic cotton
Measurements
30" L x 38" W
Notes
Care: Machine wash cold, dry on low heat.
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Tiffany Ard

"Mom? I figured something out. I think I might be a nerd," said a young Tiffany Ard.

"Oh honey, don't say that!"

"My mom cried actual tears that night and worried out loud about my self-esteem, and where she went wrong, and why I couldn't love shopping and cute boys like all the other seventh-grade girls."

"But it's her own fault. She married the kind of guy who writes math formulas on the wall next to the toilet because he has an idea or a question and doesn't want to forget to look it up later. What did she expect? Cool children?"

Many years after artist Tiffany Ard discovered her inner-nerd, and after the birth of her own son, she started a line of Nerdy Baby products. As a new mom, Ard felt overwhelmed by all the products designed to make babies smart and successful, so she decided to take the "brilliant baby" idea to the extreme.

Tiffany lives in Georgia with her husband and two children. collection

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