Thursday, November 6, 2008

Bundle Up Joy

BBBRRrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. It's November already, which means that it's time to pull out the winter clothes and electric blankets. I know. Those of you who know me or know anything about me realize that I live in San Diego - where it's always (rumor has it) 75 and sunny.

Think again. Even in San Diego we find temperatures in the mid-40s during the winter (I'm not complaining, trust me) so winter wear is essential, especially for our little ones.

Bundle Up Joy, founded by Terry Chi of Los Angeles, has created some pretty unique wearable blankets for babies up to six months of age. With her beautiful designs and car seat buckle up design, these sleep sacks make great gifts for new babies.

Since the biggest gift-giving season is just weeks away, I thought I'd introduce you to her sleep sacks by offering a giveaway!

Bundle Up Joy® was born in 2007. They kept parents and babies in mind when they designed the first and only line of Luxury Wearable Blankets. Their baby bunting products are better, safer, and more versatile than loose baby blankets, sleepsacks or swaddles. Their fashionable and functional wearable blankets can be worn day or night, inside or out. Your bundle of joy will be perfectly dressed for any occasion.

You’ll have peace of mind knowing that they never sacrifice quality for fashion. The high quality, machine washable fabrics they choose have stunning, eye-catching designs in vibrant colors.

Found at only the best baby boutiques in select cities, Bundle Up Joy wearable blankets can be yours (or yours to give) by simply adding a comment with your favorite Bundle Up Joy product.

Two winners will be chosen at random and announced here on November 20th.


Bunny B said...

I love the Fashion Fuchsia!
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Sena said...

Pink Blossom is my pick.

Rockin' Mama said...

Baby Boy Blue is adorably cute!!!

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Lil This Lil That said...

The Olive Medallion is my fav!!!

Darreizred said...

My bff is in the hospital doing her best not to have her baby boy, as much as I wish I could say lets go for the pink blossom Im not sure her husband would be my fan anymore so I would have to say for a boy I like the olive medallion. I know maybe not no masculine, but come on a cute baby even a boy will look too cute in the pattern.

Kym said...

Oh wow! totally cool! I love the Pink Blossom and I like Beach Stripes!
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