Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle
Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle
Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle
Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle
Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle
Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle
Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle

    Infant Lounger + Cover Bundle

    $161.00
    DESCRIPTION

    Description

    The Snuggle Me Organic Lounger Bundle comes with the a Lounger and an Organic Cotton Cover.

    Snuggle Me’s sensory lounger is different from the competition. Its patented design pulls in and gently hugs your baby, keeping them safely in place and providing the calming, snuggling sensation of being held. This is highly effective at comforting baby when you need extra support.

    The Lounger is organic, sustainable and ethically made in the USA. Snuggle Me entrusts local Minnesota seamstresses and fillers with the crafting of each Snuggle Me Lounger. They also ensure that every component of your Snuggle Me is USA-made—even the cotton threads. The snug cover is easy to remove and machine wash.

    As recommended by the AAP, never use any baby lounger as a sleep device and never use any baby lounger unsupervised. Use the Snuggle me Lounger for supervised lounging, tummy time or as a changing pad.

    Specs

    • Designed to fit babies approximately 0–9 months (not yet crawling)
    • 29” x 17” x 4”
    • Weight: 5 lbs
    • Hypoallergenic
    • Made with organic cotton fabrics; filled with polyester fiber fill
    • Wash your lounger sparingly with cold water, mild detergent and with a gentle agitation. If using a dryer, use a cool temperature setting or air dry (make sure to dry your lounger completely before using again)
    • Made in the USA with locally sourced materials
    • No Flame Retardants, Ethylene Glycol, BPA’s, Phthalates or Lead
    • Baby loungers should not be used as cosleeping devices due to the padded sides
    • The safest place for a baby to sleep overnight is in a crib with a fitted sheet
    • Never leave baby unsupervised; never use in a crib or other sleep device; never place on soft or uneven surfaces
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