The Great bebePOD Exchange extended till the end of January

Prince Lionheart believes in the safety of children. We are all about families and our little ones.  On a daily basis, we give our absolute best to protect and care for our babies. Either it’s the inherent mama and papa bear protective instinct we get when it comes to rearing our cubs, or just simple wisdom: we always try. And with that, we want to let parents know we are concerned about the latest CPSC recall announcement reminder regarding the Bumbo Baby Seat.  There is a safe choice when it comes to a soft infant seat.

We understand that choices aren’t always presented at the right time, so here is your chance to spread the word or take advantage of our 1000  bébéPOD® exchange offer, and make the choice to swap out your strapless, foam, Bumbo infant seat for the bébéPOD® flex with the dual strap system. Free of charge! We’re that serious about safety.  Follow the link for more details: http://www.facebook.com/PrinceLionheartFamily?sk=app_10442206389

 

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