ALEX BORSTEIN
BonnBonn Baby Blankets Wick Moisture Away

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Why isn’t Alex Borstein a household name? INO predicts it soon will be! Borstein, an actress/writer/comedienne triple threat, has several embers in the fire, so to speak. This mom of two is the voice of Lois Griffin on Fox’s Family Guy, nurse Dawn on HBO’s Getting On and a writer on Showtime’s Shameless. I’m tired just writing that! She was nominated for a Prime Time Emmy for Outstanding Voice-over Performance for her work as Lois Griffin on Family Guy. Although she didn’t go home with the Emmy, she was gifted a set from BonnBonn Baby.

Moms, you want to pay attention to this — BonnBonn Baby is the cure to wet and stinky sheets, blankets, and bodysuits. BonnBonn Baby has a brilliant patented technology that wicks moisture away from baby – say goodbye to chaffing! Using EcoFresh™ certified antimicrobial protection, their products keep your baby fresh and dry. My favorite? It was a tough call — the bodysuits are adorable and the sheets are a smart choice, but we have to go with the multi-tasking swaddling blankets for sure! The blankets can be used as a swaddle or burp; changing mat or play mat, and keep moisture. According to BonnBonn Baby,

The eco-friendly antimicrobial protection stops smelly germs, bacteria, mold, mildew and fungi from growing on baby’s blanket, keeping blanket fresh and comfortable. The specially engineered integrated thermal layer keeps baby warm in winter and cool in the summer.

Not only do the blankets keep baby dry – but comfortable at the right temperature, too. FAB! Shop for BonnBonn Baby at http://bonnbonnbaby.com/ BonnBonn Collage PHOTOS BY WENN I’m Not Obsessed, Inc. did not receive any product nor compensation for this post. The nature of this post is purely editorial.

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