Monday, December 13, 2010

Balancing Needs with The BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance

The BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance is a very popular item at Goore’s for Babies to Teens. Highlighting this dynamic and innovative product on our blog is the least we can do. From the great materials it is made from, the age and weight allotment, and the other many added benefits this product has we couldn’t agree more with our customers, BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance is by far a product we recommend to many parents.

The BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance is for those age newborn to those two years of age with a weight requirement that is larger than other like products, 8-29 lbs. With three positions, play, rest, and sleep there is no wonder this product works well for most little ones. The play position is for those who are a maximum of 29lbs. Rest is best for those 22 lbs and smaller, and the Sleep position is best for those under 15 lbs.

Another great feature of the BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance is the materials used to make this great product. BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance’s are made with fabric that consist 60% cotton and 40% polyester. The fabric is reversible, easy to wash, and no chemicals were used in dying the fabric. The BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance is guaranteed to be harmless to children with sensitive skin.

The BabyBjorn Babysitter Balance, also, allows for fun and a natural rocking sensation. This great invention teaches self soothing. With products that teach self soothing you will notice that your baby will have better sleeping patterns then with other like products that require batteries or electricity. When your baby creates the rhythm of movement on their own they will know that they can go to sleep without the aid of parents or electronic soothing products.

We, at Goore’s, always recommend bonding with your baby as much as you can; holding your baby and spending quality time with your baby. However, there are times when you need your hands free. The babysitter helps to refine your child’s balance and motor skills all the while you’re hands are free to do other things if needed. This is a win/win situation for parents and our babies.

~Jennifer Reed~

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