I received the Plush Pad and Stroller Blanket from Ah Goo Baby for review. Ah Goo Baby provides upscale, functional baby products in fun, designer prints.
Since Mason was getting a wee bit large for hoisting onto the changing table and has been squirmy, I was excited to try the Plush Pad. It features a memory foam cushion down the center and a water repellent fabric covering so that wetness does not seep in. Mason loves the cushioning and doesn't mind laying there when I change him - thank goodness! I wish I had it when he was just born. It's also super portable as you can just fold in the sides, snap, roll and put elastic around. It's a tad larger than traditional changing pads (with no cushion whatsoever) but it is small enough to put into a diaper bag or even stash an extra in the car.
It's great to use as a clean place for Mason to sit and play as well as for tummy time. It's also nice to use as a place for Mason to change in the trunk when we are out and about. I was using the large sun shield previously :) It is much more pleasant with this portable changing pad. I absolutely love that Ah Goo Baby's products all coordinate with amazing prints. The Zoo Frenzy print is much more fab than I expected. The colors are vibrant and the material is of quality - no shortcuts here.
This stroller blanket is a favorite of the kiddos. It's large (41" x 30") as Kenzie states and can be used in the stroller, car seats and more. I love that it is water-repellent which is perfect for laying on the grass when we go to the park or for Kenzie to use to cover up after swim lessons. The back is a plush minky fabric and guess who wants to keep snatching it away from Mason because it's so soft?
The blanket also comes with a coordinating bag that you can clip onto the stroller or diaper bag. They have really put thought into how to best incorporate the products into daily parent life.
Buy It: You can purchase The Plush Pad for $34.95 and Stroller Blanket for $34.95.
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