Honestly, when I heard about this product I figured it was something I would not like, and would never use. How wrong I was! It has suddenly become indispensable, and I want a blanket made of SnoozeShade material! How perfect for this shade to show up just as the sun is starting to show itself as well. The SnoozeShade fits over our carseat when in the stroller. It provides my Little Guy with protection from the sun, and allows him to sleep without being bothered by the light. It's been on errands with us, to a rugby game, Half Moon Bay and sunny Central California. The zip-open window allows me to check in on my baby too. And once in a while a little foot even sticks out! Tiny said she wishes she was still a baby so she could get snuggle under the SnoozeShade as well. She'll have to settle for the fun of peeking into it! I asked Cara Sayer, the founder of SnoozeShade, where she uses it. She just returned from vacation, where she used it daily. It also allows her to take leisurely walks, and keep her baby sleeping after a dinner out. She also likes walking around lakes in her native England, and taking a "quick pop to the shops!" When there's a baby in the family, someone should be getting some "zzz's."
When I received this Lily pattern bib from PKBOO, I was impressed with the adorable pattern and bib, and also by the packaging. Tiny was in agreement, as she insisted on putting the bib on my Little Guy and feeding him as well. She also had just as much fun playing with the little box it came in with the blue logo sticker. She keeps jewelry in the cardboard box, and pretends she is shopping. But enough about the box. The sturdy bib in this floral pattern brings style to messy mealtimes. And the print is big and muted enough that it works well for a little guy or gal. Sweet potatoes never looked so good! And the bib looks nice hanging in our kitchen too.