Tech Tuesday: Claim your toddler’s hood with a t-shirt

Customized tshirts have never been easier to order. No longer must you be ordering for a whole team to secure an affordable price per shirt. Numerous websites allow users to design and purchase tshirts with their own names or inside jokes.customized-onesie

This personalized onesie is from CustomGlamGirl.com, where nine years ago I ordered Heather’s husband a shirt that said “My heart belongs to Heather” and forced him to wear it at his bachelor party.

I’m pleased to see they’re still selling that style (and it’s only $10.99 right now!) All you do is type the name of the person to whom your heart belongs and add it to your cart!

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My other favorite custom shirt order was for Julian when he was a toddler and logged many hours of his day at one particular park in Berkeley.

I made this shirt (above) at neighborhoodies.com many years ago, allowing Julian to lay claim to his territory, but I just checked the prices for you, and they are outrageous. (They must have gone up!) Simply colors has better prices and some cute merchandise — sleepsack, anyone?

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Other sites that facilitate personalized gifts are CafePress.com, Zazzle.com, and finally Spreadshirt.com, which we use to sell our East Bay kid tshirts for promotion of our hyperlocal site 510Families.com. I would check prices on all of them!