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Zipadee-zip Review/Giveaway!

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone doing this morning?  Guess what?!?  We finally have internet back, and this morning we have a new addition to our Baby Shower Event :).  Today I want to share a really neat baby shower product called... the Zipadee-Zip!

We received the "Monkey Business" Zipadee-Zip (pictured above) for the Mom-to-be to use with her new little boy.  Isn't it adorable?!?  She was really excited about the Zipadee-Zip

For any of you that don't know what a Zipadee-Zip is here is a little information about it : "The star-shaped pointed sleeves and star-fish design is Patent Pending because it inspires sounder sleep than any other wearable blankets on the market. The slight resistance in the wing-span allows a baby to move around freely while still providing the enclosed, cozy sensation babies enjoy so much in the swaddle and the womb.  The ‘Moro’ or startle reflex is what prevents a baby from sleeping soundly and jolts a baby awake suddenly. The reason babies are startled is because they wake up and can’t feel their edges like they were able to in the womb. The Zipadee-Zip provides those ‘edges’ or that womb like environment while still providing them the freedom to roll around and use their arms safely. This is why the Zipadee-Zip will work when all other products parents have tried to transition their babies typically fail.  Although most of my customers purchase the Zipadee-Zips for the transition off of the swaddle, many love the Zipadee-Zip for other reasons: The Zipadee-Zip is easier to put on than PJ’s, it keeps a baby’s hands warm at night, and the enclosed feel gives babies the security they need to learn to self-soothe and fall asleep on their own."

Check out the video below to see how fun and easy it is to use a Zippy...

Isn't that neat!  I remember the days of wrapping "baby" in a receiving blanket and trying to make it stay in place.  Also, everyone had their own wrapping technique, then of course as they get bigger it is harder to accomplish!  Wouldn't this have been wonderful back then!

Okay Neighbors!  Zipadee Zip has agreed to send one Zippy to one of my Neighbors (winner's choice of size/style)!  Isn't that great?!?  If you don't win the giveaway, or can't wait until it ends, I have been given a coupon code for my Neighbors.  At checkout enter the code SLEEP (must all be in caps) to receive $2 off!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Courtney B said…
probably just pajamas
ShellyH said…
I would use it as both if the baby liked swaddling. Will have to see when "he" is born in 5 months
Nancy said…
This would be great as the step after swaddling.

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Coolestmommy said…
Depends on if baby likes swaddling or not. If yes, then I'd use to transition. If not a swaddler, I'd use for PJs.
blessnel said…
I would use it as pajamas!
Kat said…
probably just as pajamas
Unknown said…
Id use as pajamas
Tanya Riley
to transition from swaddling
Unknown said…
would use as a transition
Sara R said…
Use as transition

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