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No, I am not having a baby. Yes, I did have a niece born on January 16, 2013 and yes I am finally getting around to share some products that Miss Olivia is enjoying or will enjoy as she gets bigger. Sickness had fallen upon my home and still is lingering, but I am here and ready to share my amazing baby finds with you all. Today I am featuring Tady Tote – a cushion for your baby to enjoy indoors and outdoors while at home or visiting friends. This awesome cushion blanket folds up into what appears to be a baby diaper bag, but it’s a blanket!
While I was unable to get a picture of Olivia enjoying the Tady Tote at this time, I will in the future for you all to enjoy. Right now, I must share stock photos, having been sick and unable to get over to the sister’s home, stock photos are all I can offer you. Hopefully that will suffice to share just how amazing this product is for you to give or get as a baby gift!
Miss Olivia received the girly yet also stylish for the brother in law to carry Tady Tote in Cammo – Powder pink on beige. I must admit I was in love with the soft feeling of this when you opened it up. The only note I would say is that you do not wash both the shell and blanket together, the velcro could get all stuck together and create a disaster. Do not need to ruin a perfectly amazing Tady Tote after you wash it.
Tady Tote is the brain child of Sharon, a Mom of two young children who lived in Arizona and wanted to enjoy that beautiful outdoor weather but not place her little one on a thin, uncomfortable blanket on the ground or even a hefty, sweaty comforter. You know the type of blanket! We have all been there, or at least I have, trying to get outside with baby to enjoy that fresh, warm, sunshine day but not have that right texture of blanket for the baby to lay comfortably with you. Tady Tote is suppose to be the creation to get rid of that problem and I think they nailed it.