As winter approaches, so does the need for keeping baby warm. But, as most parents know, you are not supposed to place heavy layers between baby and the car seat or the safety harness. Taking off an infant’s jacket and putting it back on every time you take baby in and out of the car can be frustrating, especially if you have other children with you. And how do you keep baby warm in the car? Is there a better way?
The Baby Bloak is an inventive product for children that fulfills an obvious need with a simple solution–you wonder why someone didn’t come up with it sooner. Essentially, the Baby Bloak is a Baby Cloak (see? clever!) with a hood. Because the Baby Bloak opens in the back, you can easily slip baby in and out of car seats, strollers, and even slings. Baby stays warm and comfy…and, most importantly, safe.
We have the fleece style in the “Yale” pattern (shown here on Junior), which is perfect for the autumn and winter. The bloak can fit a baby from 4 months old to a 3 year-old preschooler. The Baby Bloak is also available in a waterproof style for rainy days and a lightweight fabric for sun protection. I also think the lightweight Baby Bloak would be perfect for keeping baby warm in the Doctor’s waiting room.
Necessity is the mother of invention and mothers often invent out of necessity–thanks to mom entrepreneur Jennifer, we have a safe coat-alternative that baby can wear in and out of his car seat with no fuss.
Want It: Get The Baby Bloak ($33-38 in fleece; $25 for the Baby Bloak Lite; and $35 sale price for the Rain Bloak) and Mamanista readers will automatically receive a 10% discount (no coupon code needed; expires 12/31/08).