Dos Borreguitas Review

 

When you have a multicultural family it is hard finding gifts or even items that show off your diversity. For us I love finding items for the kids and to give as gifts that are in Spanish or Spanglish (since that is what I speak.) I spend hours searching the internet for the best places and I have recently discovered a new one. It is Dos Borreguitas and I will tell you that is a great place for bilingual and bi-cultural items.  Dos Borreguitas means two lambs and it is perfect for this site.

I received a couple of items to review from Dos Borreguitas. First was this very cute B de Burro, V de Vaca tee. It love the red color. It is perfect for a boy or a girl so it will work for hand me downs ( you all know how I like to save money if possible.) This tee washes really well although I did turn it inside out and wash it with like colors. The tee is based on a Spanish saying since B and V are very confusing ( and if you ever hear me use them you will be even more confused.) It is sort like how we say A as in Apple, except it is B for Burro and V for Vaca (cow.)

The other item I received was a great reusable shopping tote. You all know me and my love of shopping totes. I currently have more than 150 but this has become my new favorite for the produce market.  It is great because it is breathable(mesh)  and it is very durable. I just love the colors and everyone asks me where I got it from.

There is so much to love at Dos Borreguitas but I really love their Chido Stuff! They have the cutest Pan Dulce change purses I have ever seen and the Frida doll is pretty special too!


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