How many of us have been to the playground with our wee ones, plopped them in those black plastic swing, and been rewarded with our child yowling in pain because the plastic was too hot and Baby’s legs or bum were burned? As much as I hate to admit it, it has happened to me when I first started parenting. After that, I have always checked the swing’s temperature before placing the kiddos in the swings, but Cheerful Child founder and President Ginelle Mills solved this common problem. She developed a product over the course of two years that is highly functional and multi-purpose.
Cool Wazoo is a 5-n-1 multi-functional baby cover. It is the first stylish, flat designed cover that quickly and easily transforms to other uses. Unfold the Cool Wazoo and lay it flat and it is a changing pad with a large round shape so baby won’t roll off easily, and a place for Mom to kneel so her pants don’t get dirty or wet. The changing pad can be wiped clean or thrown into the laundry if it becomes soiled.
By latching the Velcro straps into different configurations, the Cool Wazoo transforms into a swing set cover, a shopping cart cover, a restaurant high chair cover, or a car seat protector. How many baby items can boast such diversity?
The core inside material reflects heat back to its source so that when Baby sits in the black plastic swing, she won’t get too warm. The Cool Wazoo will protect her legs and fingers as she delights in swinging. This high-tech material also makes the Cool Wazoo perfect as a car seat protector while Mom and Baby are shopping. I know in SC if we leave the car for five minutes in the summer, the straps and metal of the seat belts become scorching hot. Cool Wazoo eliminates that heat by reflecting the heat away from the car seat. Mind you, I don’t know how it works from the HEAT of the car, but the sunlight will be reflected off of the Cool Wazoo.
Cool Wazoo also makes a great shopping cart cover or restaurant high chair cover with a few folds. The Velcro straps prevent baby’s feet from getting tangled when removing her from high chairs, swings, or shopping carts. It is water-resistant so it will clean easily with a damp cloth. And it retains its shape after multiple washings in the washing machine. That’s what I call convenient quality!
I love that I only have to carry ONE product for so many different uses. Cool Wazoo also folds up compactly and will fit in my purse OR I can fold it so that it will conveniently hold diapers and wipes.
Cool Wazoo is also pretty and stylish. You won’t find any silly baby prints here; the prints are sophisticated enough for grown-ups, but interesting so Baby will enjoy looking at the prints. I love the bright colors of Central Park Cool Wazoo, but some may prefer the more muted tones of Buzzing Barcelona or Styling San Francisco, and what girly-girl wouldn’t love Springtime in Paris? There is a design for everyone.
The uniquely flexible design of the Cool Wazoo makes it an indispensable product –
- It’s large surface are is an instant upgrade to any other changing pad on the market
- It folds up compactly to fit into any diaper bag or purse with lots of room to spare
- At the supermarket, it is perfect to keep babies from sucking on germy shopping carts
- It provides a clean, comfy surface for snack time
- In restaurants and on the playground, it protects from heat and grime
- Perfect to take on trips as a clean changing surface in a hotel room or at grandma’s house!
|Lauralee Saad loves homeschooling her three kiddos: Ballerina, age 8, Big Boy, age 6, and MESS, age 3. She enjoys sewing when she can find a spare corner to set up her machine and dig out fabrics, cooking and baking – especially if the kiddos are helping, and enjoying a good book after the kiddos have gone to bed. She is thrilled to have welcomed a baby girl into the family on March 23, 2012.|
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