SnoozeShade

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SnoozeShade

The SnoozeShade allows your baby to nap in her stroller. Credit: Amazon

When the sun comes out, so do the strollers.

Walking around the park -- or even just around the block -- with your new baby is practically a requirement on a warm spring day, but keeping the sun out of your little one's eyes to allow for a nice nap can sometimes be an issue.

Enter the SnoozeShade. Invented by a U.K. mom, the blackout blind fits all strollers and prams and blocks out 94 percent of light -- giving your child UPF50+ protection. A front zipper allows parents to quickly and quietly check in on baby, and the shade helps keep the interior of the stroller cooler on a hot day.

SnoozeShade Original is $29.99, at Amazon.com.









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