Sponsor Love - Sensory Store Canada

is it a pain to dress your child in your house? are they uncomfortable in most clothes? do seams and tags bug the heck out of them? that's what goes on in our house most days. if you're going through the same thing with your child check out our fab sponsor "sensory store canada" for help dealing with all those issues.

sensory store canada sells stylish, modern clothing for all kids "including those with autism, sensory processing disorder, ADHD, and tactile defensiveness/sensitivity" by using "flat seaming and seamless construction for extra comfort, 100% of the softest combed cotton and specially developed soft sensory blends , wide collars, encased elastic waistbands, printed labels (tagless), custom fits, and much more" all while still being trendy and adorable.


busy mom of 3, lori, runs sensory store canada. her oldest child has autism so she knows first hand about the gap that existed in the market when it came to finding clothing that was comfortable for her child to wear especially in canada. when lori came across the Softยฎ Clothing Company she knew she had to bring the wonderful brand to canada.


sensory store canada has everything from jeans & shorts, dresses & tops to undies and seamless socks! fabulous! i want a pair of those socks! so comfy!


so stop the battles with dressing your child in the morning and your search for seamless, soft and tagless clothing. check out the sensory store today and make getting dressed in your house an enjoyable process for both you and your child.


head on over to sensory store canada to check out their spring line and their fabulous facebook friday deal that's on today too! for every $30 you spend in the shop till midnight tonight (PST) you'll receive a free short sleeve tee! all you have to do is mention at checkout in the message box what size/color you'd like :) sounds great! happy shopping! you can find more sensory store canada here:


you can also find lori's other business "apples to oranges consulting - special diets for special kids" where she helps helps other parents transition their child to the gluten free & casein free diet offering practical solutions for today's busy family.

do you have to fight to dress your child every day? what do you do to help deal with crazy morning? have you switched to seamless/tagless clothing for your children?