Friday, April 27, 2012

Feature Friday -- My NapPak (Review)

This past Monday, I spotlighted Beth Clampitt, creator of the My NapPak.  If you missed my interview with Beth, click here to read it now.  If you haven't had a chance to check out Beth's My NapPak, and have little ones, you are missing out.  This past week, our household was hit with the nasty stomach bug that has been going around.  I lost count after the first case of diapers I went through for each of my girl's, and going on day 6, the bug is still with us (minus my husband, who has yet to get it, arg).  But, if it wasn't for Beth's My NapPak, things would have been harder when it came to keeping Savannah comfortable.  Since getting sick on Saturday, Savannah has spent most of the time in living room, camped out listening to music, playing games and watching movies we recently received.  And, when she wasn't doing this, I was reading to her, or trying to get her to nap and take her mind of her belly ache and diaper rash.  But, thanks to Beth's My NapPak, Savannah was able to play camp out on the living room floor in comfort and style.  She liked the nap mat so much, there were a few days I had to carry her into the bedroom to sleep, as she wanted to sleep on her nap mat.  

What I loved most about this comfy nap mat is that it rolls up for easy storage, and has a handle to carry around, for easy transport.  And, once it is rolled out, you don't have to worry about grabbing a blanket, as there is one attached to the mat.  Once Savannah was laying down, I simply pulled the fluorescent green blanket over her to keep her warm.  I have to say, when I laid down next to her on the pillow, which is also part of the nap mat, it really was comfortable, and not lumpy like other pillow/blanket combos out there.  

Here is a photo of Savannah playing one of her games with her Nana, who came to visit and bring chicken soup.  Poor Nana is now home with the same stomach bug, along with Papa.

While my mother was here, she said this sleep mat would fit great in the cot they got for Savannah to use at their summer house.  She, too, liked how it was an all-in-one mat, with the pillow and blanket attached.  As for washing, I made a point to wash this and all Savannah and Arabella's clothes and blankies each night.  You would think that after the 2nd or 3rd wash, that this type of mat would begin to loose its puffiness, or the pillow batting would clump up.  Surprising, it still looks brand new, and is keeping its shape perfectly.  With that being said, I will not hesitate to recommend this nap mat to my family and friends who are looking for a great stow away nap map for their little ones.  My mom is also looking into getting one to have at the house for the girls, when they begin to do sleepovers.  She loves the ease and convenience, and I know you will, too, if you purchase one of these for your little one, or to give as a gift.  Click here to visit Beth's online store now, and see the fabric options available for both boys and girls.  I know that Savannah will be using this nap mat for years to come, and based on the frequent wear this past week, I don't have to worry about washing it repeatedly and having it shrink or lose its shape.  So, what are you waiting for?  Head on over to the My NapPak store today and order one.  

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Click here to order a nap mat for only $51.99.  For an additional fee of $12.00, you can have the blanket personalized with your child's name.  Not only will you be supporting another mom entrepreneur with your purchase, but this nap mat would make for a great gift.  And, just for Inspired by Savannah readers, make sure you use coupon code "spotlightmom" at checkout to receive 5% off your total order.  Act fast, as this code is only valid until May 31st.

Disclosure:  I was sent a sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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