Toddler Virtue Tees
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From Their Site : "I feel that to make the world a better place, we need to start with our children. I propose that we bring back virtues. What if we instilled virtues like kindness, courage, tolerance, gratitude and patience into our toddlers? What if eventually these virtues became not only a word, but a way of life? What would happen if these virtuous toddlers became virtuous school aged children, young adults and our leaders of tomorrow ?"



We received the Tolerance Tee which is adorable. It is a vintage red tee with burnt orange lettering on the front and light grey on the back. It is super soft and the wording on the front says "Tolerance -accepting other people even if they are different than you ". On the back it has the phrase "Pass it on".
These shirts are a great learning tool for your little one !

Toddler Virtues shirts are made from 100% cotton that is low gauge and loose knit. It washed up great and there was no shrinkage !

The other Toddler Virtues shirts available are Gratitude - being thankful for what you have , PATIENCE - being able to wait calmly for something you really want , COURAGE - being brave even when doing something you are afraid to do and KINDNESS - being nice to other people.

The 5 Steps to teach your Toddler Virtues :

  1. Make your virtue tee a fun, getting dressed game. Tell your toddler the virtue on their tee.
  2. Tell your toddler the meaning of the virtue inscribed on their tee.
  3. Include your toddler in a playful example, illustrating the virtue on the tee.
  4. Wash and Wear regularly, repeating the above steps each time it is worn.
  5. Pass it on! Encourage others to teach toddler virtues and pass on hand-me-down tees once outgrown to other toddler friends.

WINNER

*Heather*, 89 May 12, 2009 11:21 PM

The toddler virtue tee idea was born when her and her son where at a kid's concert (Ralph's World). She saw that every child at the concert was wearing a tee shirt with a slogan or design on it (such as spoiled, princess, high maintenance, little dude, a musician or whatever) and decided to use the tee shirt craze as a platform to do some good by teaching toddler's virtues.


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97 Comments --- Post Comment:

  1. Tj and Amy said...

    My goal is that by the time your toddler has outgrown their tee, the virtue will be ingrained in their heart forever. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  2. Tj and Amy said...

    I have your button. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  3. Tj and Amy said...

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  4. Tj and Amy said...

    I follow on twitter and tweeted. 1amypugmire. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  5. Tj and Amy said...

    I subscribe. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  6. Tj and Amy said...

    fan on facebook. amy bolda pugmire. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  7. lisagee said...

    The Patience tee also comes in long sleeve.

  8. lisagee said...

    tweeted

    http://twitter.com/lisagee123/status/1585875775

  9. lisagee said...

    email subscriber

  10. lisagee said...

    Follower on blog and Twitter

  11. mverno said...

    Monika Hall
    Founder & President Toddler Virtues mverno@roadrunner.com

  12. Meredith said...

    I learned "Buy new ones for kids who normally wouldn't be reached by these tees. We've donated to our local homeless shelter. Be a good role model to your child."
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  13. Meredith said...

    follower.
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  14. Meredith said...

    I'm a fan on Facebook.
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  15. Meredith said...

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  16. deedleweedle said...

    They advise to: Buy new ones for kids who normally wouldn't be reached by these tees. We've donated to our local homeless shelter. Be a good role model to your child.

  17. The Dreamer said...

    The inventor is really cool. I like what she said about her line "I feel that to make the world a better place, we need to start with our children. I propose that we bring back virtues."

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

  18. The Dreamer said...

    follower

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  19. AllyKatt said...

    I love this whole concept!!!!
    "I feel that to make the world a better place, we need to start with our children. I propose that we bring back virtues."

    espressogurl at hotmail dot com

  20. AllyKatt said...

    I am an email subscriber.

    espressogurl at hotmail dot com

  21. beth said...

    Thank you for a great giveaway!
    The picture on her site is of her son and her at a kid's concert (Ralph's World) last summer. It was there that her toddler virtue tee idea was born. Thank you!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

  22. samsakara said...

    She decided to created these shirts after seeing kids wearing ones with slogans like spoiled and princess. She figured it would be a great time to try and teach toddlers about virtue.

    samsakara@twcny.rr.com

  23. Jennifer said...

    She would love for people to email her and let her know how teaching virtues are going! This really shows she cares!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

  24. Jennifer said...

    I follow!!

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  25. Jennifer said...

    I subscribe!

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  26. thebubbledies said...

    She got the idea for the business while at a kid's concert. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

  27. thebubbledies said...

    I follow your blog. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

  28. amweeks said...

    I found that Monika Hall is the Founder & President of Toddler Virtues!

  29. amweeks said...

    I follow! (amweeks)

  30. amweeks said...

    I subscribe!

  31. amweeks said...

    I'm a FB fan! (Annmarie DiPasqua Weeks)

  32. rosannepm said...

    Donate these to local shelters to pass on the virtues

  33. rosannepm said...

    I follow your blog

  34. rosannepm said...

    I subscribe via e-mail

  35. rosannepm said...

    Fan of Life in a House of Blue on Facebook

  36. Dina said...

    They were featured in Parents magazine.

  37. Dina said...

    Got your button. http://justanothernewblog.blogspot.com/

  38. Dina said...

    You are on my blogroll.

  39. Dina said...

    Subscribe to Life In A House Of Blue via e-mail.

  40. Dina said...

    Follow you on blogger.

  41. Dina said...

    Fan on Facebook.

  42. Andrea M said...

    They advise to: Buy new ones for kids who normally wouldn't be reached by these tees. We've donated to our local homeless shelter. Be a good role model to your child.

  43. Andrea M said...

    I subscribe

  44. Andrea M said...

    I follow

  45. wigget said...

    their goal is that by the time the toddler has outgrown their tee, the virtue will be ingrained in their heart forever.

  46. vboackle said...

    She got the idea for the business while at a kid's concert.

  47. kkmartin said...

    Monika says "Be a good role model to your child. Show kindness first hand. Do good and feel good! You can help make a difference.".

  48. kkmartin said...

    I follow. countrygirl1823@aol.com

  49. kkmartin said...

    I'm a fan on Facebook!

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  50. kkmartin said...

    I am an email subscriber.

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  51. Maryann said...

    The idea came to the owner when she was at a concert with her son and she noticed all the t-shirts with slogans and she wanted to see virtuous children with great slogan shirts.
    Maryann@darocks.com

  52. The Noble Fat N Happy One said...

    Toddler tees tend to run large while Mommy tees are snug. An adult size small fits youth/teen girls quite nicely.

  53. Heather M said...

    Buy new ones for kids who normally wouldn't be reached by these tees. We've donated to our local homeless shelter. Be a good role model to your child. I like this!! Thanks

    hmahan_0529 @ yahoo dot com

  54. Heather M said...

    and I follow you! Thanks

  55. Marianna said...

    I learned that these shirts have been featured in Parents magazine - you can view it as a PDF in the "press' section of the website!

  56. Erma said...

    I would love the chance to win, thanks.
    erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

  57. lil.blessing said...

    I learned that she came up with this idea while at a concert for kids.

  58. Dumaurier said...

    I like this...Their goal is that by the time the toddler has outgrown their tee, the virtue will be ingrained in their heart forever

  59. Dumaurier said...

    I subscribe
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  60. Courtney said...

    I learned that the company was founded by a mom! I love mom or parent founded companies because their products are typically better than average! Probably because they test them out on their own kids :) Thanks for the giveaway!

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

  61. Courtney said...

    I follow you on twitter and tweeted this giveaway!

    http://twitter.com/annasmama0702/status/1767723584

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  62. Courtney said...

    I follow you!

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  63. Courtney said...

    I'm a subscriber

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  64. sarah said...

    i love the look of their site. bold and inviting. and they have their own jingle. fun. love the patience tee most.

  65. Sylvia said...

    I learned that the Tees are made of 100% cotton,
    low gauge and loose knit.
    sylviawhit@gmail.com

  66. quelleheure4 said...

    The tees were featured in Parents magazine!
    quelleheure4[at]gmail{dot}com

  67. quelleheure4 said...

    I have your button

  68. quelleheure4 said...

    Tweet! http://twitter.com/quelleheure4/status/1772483337

  69. quelleheure4 said...

    Follower!

  70. Carrie Z said...

    They were featured on Goodyblog:)

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  71. zeitersouth said...

    I am a follower!

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  72. lezanac said...

    They were featured in Parents magazine lezanac@yahoo.com

  73. lezanac said...

    follower lezanac@yahoo.com

  74. kathy pease said...

    they had an ad in parents magazine..i remember seeing it :)

  75. kathy pease said...

    fan on facebook kathy l pease

  76. kathy pease said...

    following your blog as klp1965

  77. Kyndra said...

    You can call Monika directly to let her know how Virtues is going for you!

    themeimlookingfor at yahoo dot com

  78. 37 Questions said...

    The founder's name is Monika.

  79. Lori said...

    They've been in many different publications from the Chicago Tribune to Parents mag.
    lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

  80. ky2here said...

    The picture on her site is of her son and her at a kid's concert (Ralph's World) last summer. It was there that her toddler virtue tee idea was born.

  81. Dana said...

    "At that moment it occurred to me that I had an opportunity to use this tee shirt craze as a platform to do some good by teaching toddler's virtues."

    zippieee@msn.com

  82. Dana said...

    follow on twitter
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    tweeted
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  83. Dana said...

    I have your button

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  84. Dana said...

    follow your blog

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  85. Dana said...

    subscribe via e mail

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  86. Dana said...

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  87. Helen said...

    You can call Monika Hall the Founder & President of Toddler Virtues directly to give feedback.

  88. Gianna said...

    She decided to created these shirts after seeing kids wearing ones with slogans like spoiled and princess :)

  89. *Heather* said...

    The toddler virtue tee idea was born when her and her son where at a kid's concert (Ralph's World). She saw that every child at the concert was wearing a tee shirt with a slogan or design on it (such as spoiled, princess, high maintenance, little dude, a musician or whatever) and decided to use the tee shirt craze as a platform to do some good by teaching toddler's virtues.

  90. *Heather* said...

    I have your button!

  91. *Heather* said...

    subscriber

  92. *Heather* said...

    following your blog

  93. Donna said...

    The Patience tee also comes in long sleeve

  94. Donna said...

    subscriber

  95. Donna said...

    follower

  96. Donna said...

    button on my blog

  97. Donna said...

    Link on my blogroll.

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