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Friday, July 19, 2013

Sit Safe Giveaway

If you have a baby who's just starting to sit up, or a wiggly and squirmy toddler, you are going to love what just a couple little buckles can do for you.

One of my friend's sisters discovered that shopping cart buckles were no match for her clever little one, so she created this: The Sit Safe portable harness.






Here's what Lisa says:

As a mother of 5 I got tired of going shopping and finding that the cart was missing the seat belt or, as the case was with number 5, she could get out of any seat belt.  I had the same problem with restaurant high chairs.  I would turn my back and when I turned around she was standing up. Finally I decided to create my own solution.



Now, I don't have super little ones any more, but man this could have come in handy!



Also, I'm pretty sure this is obvious, but this belt is not a restraint for in the car :)

Lisa would like to give one away, and I get to help her do it!
To enter, simply leave a comment telling me why you'd like to win (include your email too if it's not linked to your Blogger profile--I'll need a way to reach you if you win!) Giveaway will remain open until Sunday, July 28 11:59 pm PST.  If you don't have little kids yourself, be sure to forward this along to your friends who do!

If you have any questions for Lisa or want to purchase one for $18, email her at wisewhimsies (at) juno (dot) com

Open to US residents 18 and up. Winner will be chosen using Random.org and will be emailed within 24 hours after the giveaway ends.  Winner must respond withing 48 hours of sent email or another winner will be chosen. 

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18 comments:

  1. This would change my life. I would loooooove loooove loooove it!

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  2. I need at least one of these! My boys have incredibly amazing escape powers. This could save my sanity when going out.

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  3. Pretty cool idea for my escape artist!

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  4. I would love this for my little boy. He just turned 8 months, and is not super great at sitting up yet.

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  5. I would love this for my grandson. He just turned one this July and is already trying to figure out how to get out of his highchair.

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  6. What a cool prize, I have never seen anything like this!

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  7. What a cool product! My oldest fell out of the shopping cart at Old Navy and hit his head on the hard cement floor. He was fine, but still a really scary thing to have happen! It could have been so much worse!

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  8. It's tiny. She's clearly going to be naughty. Don't let those big blue eyes fool you. amanda_ann1@yahoo.com

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  9. I baby sit my grandson every day , an like your child ,that boy is like Houdini and can escape anything.....He's constantly standing up in carts and high chair so afraid he will tumble out!!! this looks wonderful!!!

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  10. my little guy already wiggles out of EVERY shopping cart! What a great idea. imtopsyturvy@aol.com

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  11. This is a genious idea! My daughter is like a modern day mini Houdini. It would love to have the extra strap to buckle her in well! Thanks for the giveaway! joniemarie85@gmail.com

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  12. Perfect for my squirmy little one! Heathernpack@gmail.com

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  13. I would love to win this for my baby girl she is just now starting to want to try to sit up and it would make outings so much easier if I didn't need to try to take the carseat in the store with me as I also have a 3 year old. Kimmieandbucky @ gmail dot com

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  14. This would make a great gift! marcyjm@hotmail.com

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  15. That is a great idea. I'm like to say my almost 2.5 year old is past the climbing out of things stage, but he's not. Sadly.

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  16. Why didn't they have these when my kids were babies? I could have really used one. It would be a great baby shower gift!

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  17. I would love to win this for my grandson. He is 14mos old and is a professional escape artist. This would help his Mom retain her sanity. Thank you.

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