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Let’s face it, Moms – raising kids is hard work. Especially changing diapers! I know I’m not the only one when changing my Niece and Nephew (yes, beautiful little darlings – Twins!) is thinking to herself there’s got to be a better way to keep those pretty little hands out of those dirty little diapers.
I am an avid Shark Tank watcher, and when I saw the revolutionary product SnoofyBee, I knew I had to reach out to them and feature them on Mysterious Ramblings!
Such a cute name for an amazing product! SnoofyBee is so much more than a typical changing pad. It is three products in one – changing pad, playmat, and diaper clutch all in one! I love how versatile it is, and I also love how easy it is to throw a couple diapers into it, roll it up and viola – you have everything you need to keep those little hands out of, and off of, their bits and pieces when changing them.
I also love the fact that it is super easy to clean and takes up virtually no room. And, with all the fun designs it comes in, I love they also have gender neutral designs. After my sister had her twins I have discovered the importance of having gender neutral stuff, seeing as everything we has left over from Lucy was Pink!
I also love that it has toys attached to it to keep your little one busy, and it’s super easy to clean because it’s water resistant. Just give a quick wipe down and you’re ready to go!
I wish I had some beautiful pictures of the Snoofybee in action on Emma and Michael. Alas, the Snoofybee may keep these beauties hands away from their booties and keep them in place, but I was not able to capture it in action because, well, everytime I took my hand off them – they squirmed around!
Gotta love kids.
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