This Just In: Lifefactory Sippy Lids and Newborn BabyLegs
April 29, 2011 5:04 am
We have two new great products this week from companies you already know and love.
We’re really excited about the great new sippy caps from Lifefactory. These lids are great to take your favorite Lifefactory 4 oz or 9 oz bottles through the next stage with your little one.
Great for toddlers, the Lifefactory Sippy Caps are leak resistant and have steady flow control. Lifefactory Sippy Caps come in a 2 pack for only $8.99! Each 2 pack includes one each of raspberry and royal purple colors. Bottle not included.
Like the original, this smaller version of BabyLegs leg warmers is sure to be loved by all! Newborn BabyLegs make frequent diaper changes a breeze and provide a cozy layer of warmth both in the hospital and after returning home.
Newborn BabyLegs are 7cm wide by 21cm long; compared to the regular BabyLegs 8cm wide by 33cm. Newborn BabyLegs are made with a very soft blend of 85% organic cotton, 13% nylon, 2% latex free spandex.
Newborn BabyLegs are available in popular Rainbow, Orange / Aqua stripe and Baby Blue color options for only $10 per pair!
Be sure to keep an eye on our What’s New section for great new items each week at Cotton Babies!
This is great! I did not know you were cloth diapering. I bought some when I first has Will and then did not stick with it with SO MANY poopy diapers! :)..I have been looking into it again. It just seems a bit overwhelming. THis is very helpful.
@Tamara, different people have different jobs at Cotton Babies. Unfortunately, I can’t check our customer service e-mail system to see if we’ve received your inquiry. If you still haven’t received a response, please give us a call at 1-888-332-2243 so we can make it right. Technology is great, but occasionally some things slip through the cracks. Give us a call and we’d be glad to assist you.
great diaper for Newborn BabyLegs.. its very comfortable
These lids are great. Great for toddlers, the Lifefactory Sippy Caps are leak resistant and have steady flow control it is very useful for babies
How is it that you folks can manage to find all this time to blog and post on facebook, but you can’t manage to take the time to respond to customer service inquiries, like the one I sent by email 1 week ago, or the “chat with us” entry I made 2 weeks ago?? Where is the customer service?