It takes a village to raise a child, meaning that a child has to have an interaction with the whole community to experience and grow in a safe and healthy environment.
I often wonder where that village is, when we stay away from our hometown. The baby is growing up seeing only her parents – that too, it’s mostly me, her mother. Her father goes to office from 9 to 6. After 6 PM, it’s hardly one or two hours of healthy interaction.
Amidst such thoughts, I looked around my house. I saw a Babyhug sipper on my table. Then, I saw a Babyhug walker and playpen in my baby’s room. On the bed, it was a Babyhug blanket that was comforting my baby.
I thought of cleaning the baby bottles while the baby was still sleeping. It was a Babyhug bottle cleanser in my hands. After cleaning the bottles, I quickly went to start the washing machine. Again, it was Babyhug liquid detergent. I dried and folded the clothes. Most of the clothes, I realized, are of Babyhug! They are so soft, and the size is always perfect for my baby’s age. My baby also took her first steps in Babyhug footwear.
Babyhug has simplified my parenting journey. A sipper, nibbler, sanitizer, car seat, playpen, walker, swing, and what not… My baby is using everything from Babyhug! I can say now, “It takes Babyhug products to raise a child.”
It really has become a village for my baby. I trust its products, and it never failed to get me satisfaction, that my baby is safe and having a good, hygienic environment in our home.
Now, my baby is of 20 months, and I want to buy a tricycle for her. After using all the Babyhug products – from small to big ones, from nibbler to clothes – I don’t have confusion as to which brand I should choose, to buy a tricycle for my little one.
THANK YOU SO MUCH, BABYHUG!
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