Source: V Magazine
Pregnancy can be a time of indecisiveness for women. Some waffle between baby names, what entree to order off a menu or items to add to their registry. So if you want to adorn your burgeoning belly with some art, but haven't been able to make a commitment to one design or another — the temporary tattoos at Mother Ink are perfect. Made from FDA-approved vegetable inks and manufactured in the USA, the company's seven designs will give you plenty of opportunities to show off your belly as the weather warms up. Each round tattoo is designed to be placed around your belly button and last for a few days.
Nearly 50 percent of lilsugar readers like the idea of getting their child's pic tattooed on their body, but what about tattoos for your baby's body?
These Tattoos for Babies ($5) are temporary so you need not panic about CPS knocking on your door, but they do present a bit of a dilemma: Are they a cute and painless way to decorate baby or are they too close to pins and needles for comfort?
Tots love realistic looking temporary tats, but these skin stickers are more than art. Tattoos with a Purpose started the line of arm appliques for parents to adhere to their children's limbs before field trips, vacations, and outings in crowded areas.
For young ones who have yet to memorize their phone numbers, adults can scribble them or the name of the child's school on the tattoos and the kids are good to go. If children get lost, the information will help them reconnect with their groups. Special stickers are also available for children with peanut allergies, autism and the hearing impaired.
The stickers and marking can last up to between three and five days if treated properly and it is advised to apply the sticker to a place that the wearer is aware of, but not the general public — under an arm sleeve, etc..
The $10 kit contains six lost and found stickers, a purpose marker, six moist towelettes for applying and six alcohol wipes for removing, not to mention it buys a piece of mind.