I simply can’t walk past the children’s section of any department store without stopping to marvel at all of the teeny, oh-so-darling clothing, plush toys, mobiles, and bedding. It seems so long ago that my own children were that small and I still long to purchase some of the cutest pieces (gamboling kittens, bunnies sporting tiny coats, miniature elephants riding bicycles… on my!). Luckily, I have a multitude of nieces and nephews, so that I can still indulge my baby-lust occasionally. One little gem I found recently is the Snugly Baby Newborn Fleece Blanket that — appropriately for today — is covered in hearts! The blanket is super soft, so it’s perfect for newborns. And, at 30” x 30” it will last well into the toddler years (a major bonus for every new mom who learns that newborns outgrow things with astonishing rapidity).
The little ones will love the super snugly softness and sweet, colorful hearts. But, moms will love that it’s 100% polyester and easily machine washable.
I think that this would make a lovely baby shower or sip-and-see gift, especially in combination with some of the other must-have baby items from Snugly Baby. You can choose from crib sheets, hooded towels, terry bibs, and other essentials that new moms need in multiples.
The list price of this blanket is $29.95, but with Amazon Prime, it is only $16.93. A sweet deal, indeed!
To see the entire line visit the Snugly Baby store on Amazon.
Your guide to a life filled with STYLE! Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, Harper’s BAZAAR Style Ambassador and Cover Girl Ambassador. Susan Said…WHAT?! was named one of the Top 50 Beauty Blogs in the World by RebateZone.com in 2015. Susan is also the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! Read more about her in Family Circle Magazine.
PHOTO: Used with permission by Snugly Baby.
DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this post. I did, however, receive a promotional sample of the Snugly Baby blanket mentioned above in order to fully evaluate the product. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my readers.