BABABIB: Feeding Your Baby Just Got a lot Easier

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A safe, innovative product for helping busy parents feed their babies

“It is my hope that this product will revolutionize the way parents feed their babies,” said Saachi Cywinski, President of BababibTM. “We cannot ignore the fact that parents today are busier than ever and can always use an extra hand."

Los Angeles, CA: Bababib is proud to announce the re-launch of its renowned baby bottle trainer. This tool is specially designed to snugly hold your babies formula, milk, or beverage of choice during feeding. The Bababib sits lightly around the baby's neck and can be pushed away effortlessly when the baby is finished eating. Equally important, the stretchy elastic keeps the bottle snug and prevents bottles from falling onto unsanitary floors.

Bababib began in 2003 by Kate Somerville, founder of Kate Somerville Skin Health Experts™. Kate was forced to shut down operations due to economic hardships. But in 2010, Saachi Cywinski purchased the rights to the product, giving it an overall facelift. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations of Bababib, Saachi Cywinski also operates an online stationary company, Whiteyboard™.

Many great inventions are inspired by necessity. And today’s mothers are in need of a helping hand. According to the National Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies, 58% of mothers with children under age 1 are currently in the workforce. This means that there is less time for house work, running errands and spending quality time with the family.

Our goal is to provide an innovative way to feed babies, keeping safety and time-efficiency as a priority. We believe that contact and touch between an infant and parent is essential to thrive. While many debate on the best way to feed an infant, Bababib exists as a choice that allows a free hand when necessary.

Bababib can be purchased exclusively online at Visit the website for user testimonials, images and a video of how the product actually works.

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