It’s funny how such a simple thing can lead to so much. It all began with a messy toddler bathtub. Designer Rebecca Finell’s wheels started turning and the Frog Pod was born.
But the problem solving didn’t stop there. She had lots of ideas for other parenting innovations so she sought out a partner, Ryan Fernandez—who could create a successful business—and together they founded Boon Inc. Today Boon offers a wide range of products that help parents all over the world.
They’re committed to creating nothing but the most innovative gear—and keeping it affordable. The Boon Inc. design studio is always in motion, tackling one parenting challenge after another. And don’t forget their commitment to quality and safety.
Boon Potty Bench
Let’s get this potty started! Cartoon versions of grown-up toilets don’t make kids want to use the potty. They make parents want to throw out tacky baby products. Boon went for modern, subtle and smart. Boon’s Potty Bench has two enclosed side storage spaces perfect for books, training supplies and wipes. The sturdy drawer slides out for fast, leak-free, easy clean-up. Close the lid and the whole thing turns into a large step stool. It even comes with a built-in toilet paper holder and removable, soft deflector shield that flexes where it counts. (Guys, you know what we mean.)
It is amazing as the Mom to Bed by 8 family ages, I realize more and more how modern we become. After the birth of my son who is now 5, I traded my farm house decor for sleek lines and a look that when I walk in the door, I can call my own. One of the things I love about Boon products is the organizational features mixed in with functional modern designs and cool colors. These make them not only fit in well with our lifestyle but offer the extra space for hidden items that this large family of 6 really needs.
Giveaway ends June 2 at 11:59pm, open to US residents only, ages 18+.
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