Welcome to This N That with Olivia’s Baby Gift Guide!
Are you a Mom-t0-Be or New Mom? Or maybe even someone looking for a perfect gift for the Mom-to-Be? This N That with Olivia’s Baby Gift Guide will feature products from the best baby brands out there in the form of reviews and sometimes giveaways. Our first little one, Liam Wesley arrived on September 22, 2014 – a few weeks earlier than his due date of October 1, 2014. We’ve been searching for the best baby products for our little boy all through my pregnancy and have already featured some in our Gift Guide!
Our next feature includes a few products from BooginHead that make GREAT gift ideas!
In 2005, working mother Sari Davidson created the very first prototype of SippiGrip in San Ramon, California. Sari was becoming frustrated when her 1-year-old son, Jake, would throw his sippy cup to the floor from his high chair, stroller and car seat. Sari was constantly picking up the cups that were either getting dirty or getting lost. “Necessity really was the mother of invention and I could not find any product, in stores or on-line, that met my needs,” Sari remembers. Hence, the SippiGrip was born.
After an evolution of prototypes, research and testing of the SippiGrip, Sari formed BooginHead LLC. in September 2007 and dedicated herself to launching new and useful product for parents – and for parents everywhere she has helped end the cup throwing game!
BooginHead LLC. is currently located in Issaquah, Washington and continues to provide unique and solution based products that are geared towards simply making parents’ lives easier! Davidson says that “the basis for all the products I create need to fit a certain criteria: is it solving a problem, is it fashionable and does it break the bank? In this economy it is a need vs. a want so creating functional products that meet a need and look more expensive than they are is a great niche.”
I was given the opportunity to review the BooginHead Paci Pouch and Paci Grip. Since he was born, Liam has loved his pacifiers… it helps to soothe him when he just needs something to suck on and helps him when he has to take medicine. However, I found myself just tossing the pacifiers in the diaper bag, either the front pouch or in the main part… not only would I lose them, but I didn’t know which ones were clean or dirty!
The BooginHead Paci Pouch attaches nicely to the diaper bag and holds 2 pacifiers and 2 paci grips easily! It has a nice snap to go around the handle of the diaper bag, or even on the stroller, and a zipper closure. I love that the bag is on the outside of the diaper bag, and keeps the pacifiers easily accessible. When Liam needs one, or he drops one, I just get another one out of the bag and we are set to go.
- Zipper closure for easy access.
- Snap strap to attach easily to any item.
- Washable and non-toxic.
- Matching SippiGrip and PaciGrip patterns.
Check out this other use for the Paci Pouch!! How cool…. 🙂
I also got the chance to try the BooginHead Paci Grip. Liam loves his pacifiers, and since he is SO little he tends to drop them whether in the car seat or on the floor! The Paci Grip works with any pacifier and attaches easily to his clothes. It also fits nicely in the Paci Pouch for easy access if we’re on the go. The design is fun and I LOVE that it is washable.
- Washable, durable and non-toxic
- Strong clasp that won’t pull off, but is gentle on clothes
- Available in matching SippiGrip patterns
- Also great for holding small toys!
* Pacifier not included
If you’re looking for a great, cute gift for the Mom to be, you’ll want to check out the BooginHead products. I would’ve loved to receive these items as gifts for our little guy as I’ve used them since I received them for review. We LOVE the products and I’ll definitely keep these in mind for future baby gifts.
As I said above, we misplace pacifiers so easily… and Liam drops them as he is just a little guy. I love that the BooginHead Paci Grip works for any pacifier, and is a cute design for Liam. It fits nicely inside of the Paci Pouch, too, which means easier accessibility if I need one. It has a nice clip that I can attach to Liam’s onesie so that when he does feel the need (ha!) to drop his pacifier, it doesn’t fall on the ground.