Thursday, June 21, 2012

Coolibar UPF Sun Blanket (Preparing For Baby Guide)

I love being outside with my kids, and when we are out we load up on the sunscreen on the kids to keep them protected. Come towards the end of this summer vacation time, we will be welcoming baby Wyatt into our family. With that being said, even though school will be starting up for the kids, we will still be spending quite a bit of our time outside due to sports. With babies, their skin is so sensitive, and as a parent I dont want to do anything that could cause any irritations to the new babies skin. Sunscreens have alcohol in them, which I see to be too harsh to be using on a new babies skin, so in order to protect the baby, I like many other parents, will use a blanket to try and block the sun from beating down on my babies skin. The thing is, even with a blanket that may provide some shade, it can still let the suns harmful UV rays get in and irritate and or damage my new babies precious skin. So when I was sent the Coolibar UPF Baby Sun Blanket to review, I was very curious to know more about this blanket and the benefits that it can provide to the new baby. This is a blanket that is soft, lightweight, and also provides a UPF of 50+!! I think that having a blanket that can provide sun protection for my baby is a must have for any parent when preparing for baby. In fact having a few of these blankets handy is not a bad idea! The Coolibar UPF Baby Sun Blanket is going to really come in handy for us to use for the new baby and if you are preparing for baby or looking for a great baby shower gift to get, then get the Coolibar UPF Sun Blanket that is available in several different colors!!!



This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

2 comments:

Pam L. said...

I didn't even know they made these, this is a wonderful idea. I have been looking for unique baby gifts for my daughters Welcome Baby gift basket and I think she will find a few of these in her basket.

Thanks for the post.

Laura Lane said...

I'd like to see clothing made out of spf cloth.