Summer is just so close! This means a quick trip around the neighborhood has the potential to become an all day affair. So it’s good to be prepared for any circumstance. Especially when the sun is beating down on us. You never know, the baby could fall asleep in the stroller earlier than scheduled and next thing you know, you find yourself sitting outside with a nosh and a glass of prosecco in hand while they baby snoozes reclined back next to you. Believe us, it HAS happened. So for those days you find yourself unexpectedly outdoors, BabyGanics, one of the nation’s leading manufacturers in baby-safe and environmentally-safe products, is helping us give one lucky winner a whole lot of sun protection this week! Whether you prefer a spray, single use tubes (yes, please), a moisturizing lotion in SPF 30 or 50 for baby (or yourself!), BabyGanics is giving it all away in one package. And because your lips need some protection too, they’ve added in the Cover-Up Kisses SPF 20 Lip Balm. Also, they know how much we like to get out of the city come Memorial Day, so you find some Shoo Fly Bye: DEET Free Bug Spray in the package we're giving away. Aside from being hypoallergenic and gluten free, this product does not contain any PABA, Parabens, Sulfates, Phthalates, Nano-Particles, Retinyl Palmitate, mineral oil, petrolatum, artificial colors, synthetic fragrance, or nuts. Blue skies ahead!

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