The name "ro•sham•bo" is a reference to the nostalgic game we all grew up playing... most people know the game as “rock, paper, scissors,” but Scot and Julia grew up calling it ro•sham•bo! It also pays tribute to their autism support mission: special education teachers have told them that playing ro•sham•bo with children with autism can be a valuable teaching tool when they need a quiet, calming, and personal interaction with a teacher.
ro•sham•bo baby is owned and operated by San Diego family Scott, Julia and their little girls, Avery and Chloe. The idea started in 2012 after realizing that nobody was making high-quality practical kids sunglasses while at a Padres baseball game with a four-month-old staring up at the bright sun with no protection. Scott put his adult sunglasses on her and lightning struck: Little People Deserve Big People Shades. That means making stylish baby shades in Italy. That means assembling them by hand in the USA. That means all polarized lenses. That means making them prescription friendly frames. That means making them safe, durable, flexible, ultra-light and chewable for little mouths. And that means making them just as stylish as designer adult shades but without charging designer prices.