Go-Go Blanket: The perfect travel blanket for children

 

Go Go BlanketReview of the Go-Go blanket

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This month, we decided to review the go go blanket which is a cuddly, fleece blanket for infants and toddlers (up to size 5) designed to fit over the safety straps in a car seat or stroller.  Go-Go Blankets feature sleeves which keep the blankets in place while allowing your child freedom to use his or her hands while secured according to safety regulations.

As a mom of three small children and the Editor of a magazine I am usually short on time, I like that the Go-Go blanket is quick to put on and take off. Being able to just pull the Go-Go blanket off if they get hot while buckled into their car seat is great whereas if they were wearing a coat they would have to wait until I pulled the car over and unbuckled them to take off their coat and cool down. This has come in handy on long car trips when we have the AC on full blast and my child with hypotonia (low muscle tone) gets chilly while the rest of the family is still trying to cool down. I think everyone should keep one in their car for those cool summer nights or rainy days.

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Leslie Burby

51FB0nhzuQL._UX250_Leslie Burby is the former Editor-in-Chief of Autism Parenting Magazine and a public speaker on autism related issues. She is the author of three autism related books: Emotional Mastery for Adult's with Autism (2013); Early Signs of Autism in Toddlers, Infants and Babies (2014); and the children's book Grace Figures Out School (2014). She resides in CT with her husband and three kids. Two of her three children are on the autism spectrum. She is a Board Member for Hope 4 Autism and is working with IEPHelp.com to encourage schools and parents to work collaboratively to improve education for all special needs students. Before becoming a mother, Leslie tutored special needs students while running her statewide tutoring company, L.D. Tutoring. She attended Franklin Pierce College and the University of Saint Joseph. Leslie spends most of her professional time writing, advocating, innovating new programs and researching the topics of autism and parenting.

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