HearMuffs by Lucid Audio:
If you have a baby on your shopping list for the holidays HearMuffs make a great gift idea. HearMuffs from Lucid Audio will protect your child’s ears from loud sounds while you can still speak to them without having to remove them. If you take baby out and about to events with the family like music events, loud restaurants, school plays, sporting events, and more then they should be wearing HearMuffs. They have three great versions to choose from that make great gift ideas. HearMuffs block sounds and protects babies ears. HearMuffs soothe protects babies ears and allows them to hear you without removing. HearMuff Sounds have the same feature but also has four soothing sound settings including lullaby, babbling brook, white noise, and heartbeat. Babies will thank your for this thoughful gift.
Lucid Audio was nice enough to sponsor a giveaway for our readers. One winner will win one pair of HearMuffs (winners choice of the three styles). Entrants must be 18 or older and US residents to be eligible to win. Entries will be accepted until 11/14/17.
*Disclaimer: This giveaway is sponsored by HearMuffs. If for some reason the sponsor fails to send the prize or is unable to Parenting In Progress is not responsible for supplying the prize or the value of the prize to the winner.
Available From Lucid Audio:
Suitable for ages Newborn to 4, $29.95-$69.95
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