Monday, December 30, 2013

Sponsor Spotlight: zCush Baby Nap Mat


Have you ever traveled with a baby? It can be hard even just visiting family and friends at times. When baby is ready for a nap where do they go? Most people just set baby in the car seat to sleep which isn't good for the baby's breathing because they don't tote a pack n' play around with them at all times. That is why I am so excited to tell you about zCush the portable baby nap mat.



The zCush Baby Nap Mat is a lightweight mat designed to place and hold a newborn for greater comfort and support. The mat is made with a polyester filled based encased in either a cotton or chenille shell which has a pocket to securely lay your baby. It has a side zipper that lets you easily place the baby in or out of the mat and is 100% machine washable. 

There are five recommended uses for the zCush Baby Nap Mat:
Naptime
Holding and Safely passing baby
Playing with baby
Feeding baby
Diaper changing

The zCush has been super helpful in our house since Angel arrived. Since Sweet Pea is still to young to hold Angel on her own well the zCush helps her to be able to easily hold her "baby".  I like how convenient this mat is to take with me so Angel has somewhere comfy to sleep while we are out visiting family. There are so many wonderful ways to use this nap mat as mentioned above. The kids really enjoy being able to play and hold Angel all thanks to the help of this wonderful mat. I am a fan of soft things for babies and this mat is super soft and feels so comfy that I would love to use it as a pillow. 


These nap mats would make great baby shower gifts for any new and expectant moms and they are reasonable priced as well. Actually they are currently on SALE with FREE SHIPPING so i'd buy now and take full advantage of this great deal!! Stop by there website and check out all 8 designs currently available I am sure that you will fall in love with one of them.


3 comments:

  1. I love that - that mat looks SO cozy for baby! I think I will be putting this on my wish list!

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  2. It reminds me of an Indian Papoose! I love this idea, and it's pretty too!

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  3. How convenient! I had something similar for my oldest and we loved it!

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