About Babilayers -
"Like many working moms, I am constantly looking for ways to make life easier at home. After the birth of my second child, Trey, life at home became busier than ever.
With our new addition to the family, there was no shortage of friends and family wanting to visit to see our new baby. I was worried that baby Trey’s skin might be sensitive to fabrics that people were wearing. I was also concerned about the cleanliness of people’s clothes. Bottom line was that I didn’t want Trey exposed to zippers, germs, allergens, or perfume found on the clothes of the person carrying him.
Unlike my first child, I found Trey frequently spitting up shortly after breast feeding. My husband and I found ourselves constantly changing our clothes, sometimes as much as 10 times in one day. Burp cloths didn’t help much because they constantly would fall off or rarely would help in protecting our clothes from the spontaneous spit up, drool, or vomit.
I needed ‘something’ to protect my baby’s health and skin, while at the same time protect the clothing of whoever was carrying him. That ‘something’ is BabiLayers." -Claire Hsu Gantan,
owner and founder of BabiLayers
What is "Babilayers"?
BabiLayers is an innovative, patent pending, wearable layer of protection designed for today’s modern caregiver. Layers protect your baby from exposure to allergens or germs we all carry on our clothes. It also protects you from baby's spontaneous drool, spit-up, and throw up.
BabiLayers is proudly made in USA. Their organic fabrics and natural dyes are sourced and printed in USA and are compliant with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards).
My Thoughts!At first glance I knew that Babilayers would be the perfect Baby Shower gift! I thought about the days when our twins were newborns, family was always asking if they could hold the twins...I hated it, I didn't know what kind of nasty stuff was on their clothing, plus don't get me started on the family and friends who smoke, we don't smoke and would prefer our children not to be surrounded by that. I wish I would have had Babilayers...or 2...or 3!!