June 29, 2009

Munchkin Two Snack Catchers

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These Munchkin Snack Catchers are probably one of the best things I have bought since becoming a mom. Have you ever tried traveling with a baby who was carrying a baggie full of Cheerios? Not pretty. It's dangerous and messy. Now I just shove a few treats in this snack catcher and I'm good to go. It is strong enough to hold the food in and is soft enough not to hurt my baby's fingers. I'd say it's a definite must have.

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June 23, 2009

Baby B'Air Flight Vest

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Safety on an airplane is just as important as safety in car. This Baby B'Air vest will give you extra piece of mind that your little one is truly safe in your lap. This vest exceeds FAA Safety standards and is comfortable enough to give you and your baby a full range of motion while you fly. It comes in infant and toddler sizes to ensure a proper fit.

See: Travel Safety, Infant Travel Safety.

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June 22, 2009

Britax Roundabout Convertible Car Seat

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Britax is quickly becoming one of the more popular brands for child safety products. Take a look at the Roundabout Convertible Car Seat, and it's easy to see why. It's light-weight and compact which makes it ideal for some smaller model cars. You won't sacrifice safety either. There is a four point harness for your baby and has push button LATCH connectors for safe and simple installation. It's also rear and forward facing which makes it an economical choice as well.

See also: Convertible Car Seats.

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