COVID Isn’t over Yet + KeaBabies Wrap Review

Hello everyone (moms and dads in particular)! How are you guys today? I hope everyone is doing fine and still staying safe!

As a new mom, I’m finding it so hard to return back to “normal” as other people are in my state (NJ). I’d like to start off by saying that I have been pretty content during this quarantine. I haven’t felt like I was trapped at home or been mentally affected by it. I think a lot of that has to do with the fact that my hands are full with Isaiah and everything I was doing was from home, to begin with. So I wasn’t really missing out on too much.

I’ve been in constant communication with my close friends and distant family. Other than that I don’t feel alone at all. Of course, it would be nice to see my friends and some family in person. I would definitely enjoy a night out or something but I am scared. I am scared of bringing something home to my son. Am I the only one who feels this way? I cant be.

I’ve had some people tell me I’m crazy or that I’m making it worse by not going out. My response is no, I’m cautious. I do go out… quite often actually but not to be around a bunch of people. We go to the supermarket in the morning and take walks. So it’s not like I have cabin fever. I feel like people think that.

(Cabin fever- irritability, listlessness, and similar symptoms resulting from long confinement or isolation indoors during the winter.)

There have been outbreaks in other states in the US that opened too early. Forgive me for being extremely cautious. *read with sarcastic tone*

How do you guys feel about it? Moms, dads, and people with little ones, how are you managing? Are you returning back to “normal”? What’s it like where you live? I’m really curious to know.


REVIEW TIME

There’s no better time than now to wear your baby. Throughout the pandemic, I’ve really made use of my KeaBabies wrap. I got it as a gift at my baby shower so I’ve had it for quite some time now. I’ve used it since Isaiah was just a couple of months. It has made such a difference when having to do things around the house.

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If your little one is like mine… he wants to be held almost always! So this gave me the option not to just sit around holding my cute and ever so cuddly baby. Which I would do all day if I had no other things to do.

So, the KeaBabies wrap is meant for newborns all the way to 35 pounds. They say you can use this wrap for multiple things such as a nursing cover or a postpartum belt. I only used it for one reason though and it definitely does the job.

Likes

I love how convenient it is. It’s super lightweight and rolls up nice and tight which makes for easy storage. Another thing I like about my Keababies wrap is the material. The material is not only soft but it’s actually stretchy!

Dislikes

I really have none. It’s a simple and effective wrap! Maybe a spring color wrap?

Is it mom approved

It sure is. I definitely recommend the Keababies wrap. It retails for $34.96 on their site BUT on Amazon, it retails for $26.96. I’m not sure why…

Are you using a baby wrap? If so what kind and how do you like it?


As always, thanks so much for reading! Questions, comments, and feedback are always welcome. If you enjoyed this post, please comment, like and share! Make sure to check out my Instagram; @T_scorner and my latest video on Youtube💋

tiani

3 thoughts on “COVID Isn’t over Yet + KeaBabies Wrap Review

  1. Loving the review posts- I don’t have kids yet but I’m sure this is super helpful for people who do! I also don’t think you’re being paranoid by avoiding crowds- you have to think about the safety of your son before anything else and even while following all the safety measure it’s just best to avoid crowds.

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  2. I think you are being smart . I live in a state where the Covid cases are some of the highest in the country. So me and my fiancée stay home and wear masks out when grabbing groceries. One of our friends had gotten Corona and Pneumonia , and he was a younger guy too. We know of too many people who had gotten sick or people who had worked with people that were sick .

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