The weather has been pretty perfect the last couple weeks which has meant many trips to the park close to our house. We usually just sit under some shade and read or talk. It's my happy place. We also introduced Beck to the baby swings and he smiles and laughs the entire time.
Since he's getting pretty mobile (not crawling but somehow getting around everywhere) we started bringing the Breeze playard with us so he can play and roll without grabbing twigs or grass (maybe i'm over protective but I'm pretty sure those things are covered in animal feces). Plus it really comes in handy when our park time overlaps with nap time.
Edit: 4moms brought to my attention that the breeze should only be used on hard surfaces so I took down the photos I had in this post with the breeze on the grass. Safety first of course! But you can still see how amazing the breeze is in the photo from 4moms above :)
I'm gonna brag on the Breeze for a second, ok? I have dealt with quite a few playards and they are pretty cumbersome to put together and take apart. I don't know if thats where the name came from but Breeze is the perfect description for it, one-step open and closed (watch the video and see for yourself). The first time Josh took it out he was like "Whoa.. that's amazing. And easy." It's also not ugly, which I know doesn't matter that much but I love when baby products are minimal and classy, not loud and obnoxious. I'm a breeze believer, for sure. It'll also be a lifesaver once summer hits and we need a sand free spot for him at the beach.
Now for the best part of this post, 4moms is giving me one of these to give to YOU!
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They are also giving away a breeze every day in June on their facebook page, so you have 24 more chances to win a breeze.