Baby product reviews

Caterpillar Bop Buddie

Swaddling is the age-old practice of wrapping your baby snugly in a blanket. Cultures around the world engage in swaddling infants, due to the great number of benefits swaddling provides. One great reason to swaddle your baby is that it has been known to help reduce some of the risks associated with SIDS by keeping your baby on their back. Wrap baby in the comfort of 100% Organic Muslin Cotton. Wh...[Read More]

Cloud B Bubbly Bunny

Cloud B Bubbly Bunny and Glow Cuddles are furry companions that will be around long after the Easter bunny has arrived. I have been a Cloud B fan since I was first introduced to them more than four years ago. Over the last few years my daughter has own and I have given as gifts to new parents, several Cloud B products. In our household for the upcoming Easter holiday, we have continued our Cloud B...[Read More]

Pacifiers are a common item used by parents to soothe a fussy baby. In fact, researchers have found that babies who suck on pacifiers during their first 6 months have lesser risks for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Thus, pediatricians now recommend the use of pacifiers for babies. With so many pacifiers on the market though, which one do you choose? Recommended for babies from infancy all th...[Read More]

When it comes to my daughter’s delicate sensitive skin I want the best thing for it. With seemingly endless baby- bath offerings on the market, choosing the right brand can give any conscientious parent a headache. On my search for baby bath products, Rachel Florio introduced me to Evoli, a Bangkok, Thailand based company that sells a line of delicately formulated baby skincare products that...[Read More]

Bibs are a necessary part of your toddler’s wardrobe! Just like babies, toddlers can be messy eaters. There’s a huge variety of bibs available today, but the problem I found with many of them is that they have a Velcro closure. The problem with Velcro closures is that the bib can easily be pulled off by the wearer. The other problem with Velcro is that it easily wears out and lint and ...[Read More]

Boys can wear pink Pink is just a color and is red, blue, orange and green. But, from an early age, society has told us, pink is a “girl” color while blue is for boys. The color pink has such a stigma of femininity that in 2012, a photo of a young boy wearing pink zebra-patterned shoes caused quite the fuss on Facebook. In 2007, David Shepherd, Travis Price and their teenage friends or...[Read More]

When was the last time you crawled around your home on your hands and knees? Don’t laugh! Household injuries are one of the top reasons children under 3 visit the emergency room each year. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 2,400 children are sent to the ER from electrical outlets injuries. The most inexpensive safety outlet cover, are the small caps with prongs, which fit ...[Read More]

Baby sleep sacks have been popular in Europe for the last few decades. They have now gained popularity is both Canada and the US. Sleep sacks are a safer alternative to traditional loose and bulky baby blankets. Because they replace the need for blankets, baby sleep sacks eliminate the risk that your baby may become entangled under a loose cover. One of the newest sleep sack on the market was actu...[Read More]

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