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Protect Baby From Electronics w/ Belly Armor

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*This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

My oldest step-daughter is currently pregnant with our first grandson (as some of you may have heard me mention).  So as a grandmother I am always worried about the health of the baby coming.  I recently found this great company called Belly ArmorBelly Armor is a great little blanket that you can lay over your stomach to protect baby from any electronic waves that come from all the devices we use in our lives.  It is lined with RadiaShield fabric that creates a barrier between your electronics and your baby bump!

 

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It’s a cute little blanket that you can use to lay over your lap.  Has a nice little pocket on one corner so you can hold electronics in it as well, super convenient.  Very easy to use and stylish.  Just drape over the belly and lap when using your devices to protect your baby.

If you have some expectant mothers on your holiday shopping list this year the Belly Armor blanket is a great gift idea.  Gift peace of mind to expectant mothers and protect your loved ones all at the same time.

They also have a variety of other products that feature the same RadiaShield fabric.

You can find Belly Armor on their Website!

Also make sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest!

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