Parents can grow weary of shoving an assortment of blankets into a stroller to keep baby insulated on lengthy walks. Fortunately, this handy little pouch keeps baby warm with a minimum of fussing for Mom and Dad. The exterior is made out of soft yet durable fleece material while the inside is made of a thick faux sheepskin. There are openings for three and five point harnesses, which should cover most strollers so baby can be extra secure, even on bumpy roads. The entire unit is also machine-washable (on cold cycle, tumble dry on low). This Bundle Me is designed for children up to 12 months or 21 pounds, whichever comes first. We're not sure how snug a bug in a rug is, precisely, but it couldn't be much cozier than this. With plush inner shearling and warm outer thermaplush, the Original Bundleme provides a simple, stylish solution for bundling your baby.
what parents are saying
Love this product for the winter and cold months with the baby. Keeps them nice and warm. (Aug 21, 2016)
Love it, nice and cozy for cold days, my baby is always worm so I don't put any jackets on her, she gets overheated quickly, this cover keeps her warm and can be unzipped quickly when in the building
Feb 04, 2017
I have both sizes of these. They actually fit all my strollers (even bob) and stay pretty secure, I love keeping my kids warm when it's freezing out! i've had mine for years! sturdy zippers!
Dec 14, 2016
My daughter was born in September and this was a must have for our Midwest winter. I knew she was nice and warm and protected from snow and rain. Machine washable and very easy to take off
Dec 05, 2016
Must have for every car seat in the winter. Whoever invented it is a genius. No need to ever put an uncomfortable snow suit/heavy coat on baby anymore. Just a sweater/jacket and your baby is cozy
Aug 05, 2016
This kept our infant super warm in the terribly cold polar vortex winter (2014-15) in Chicago. I know the infamous car-seat lady says not to use these, since they go under the baby, but we risked it.
Apr 25, 2016
This was good for the first 6-12 months if your child is average- to large-sized. I wish I had just started with the larger version up front for the stroller. The carseat version was overkill.
Apr 17, 2016
A nurse at the hospital told me these were very dangerous to use in car seats. I never used the bottom part, but I unzipped it and used the top piece as a lap blanket. Waste of money for just the top.
Feb 10, 2016
I wanted a cover that was warm enough to let me skip the cumbersome blankets when we are out. The "bundle me" is warm and cozy like a blanket, but will not fall on the floor or cover my baby's face.
Jan 16, 2016
Great for a stroller, but you can't safely use this in a car seat (nothing can be between the back of the seat + your baby). Nab something like the 7am Enfant Cocoon or Nido. Safe and super warm.
Dec 07, 2015
when you live in the northeast it can be hard to keep baby warm,especially since you can't really put coats on them. This keeps baby warm and gives mom peace of mind. fairly easy to get on
Nov 28, 2015
Great for super cold winters. I actually didn't need it for the winter D was a baby (lived in LA), but ended up using it in Philly when he was a toddler and I moved it down so he still fit!
Jun 24, 2015
I didn't put in car seat as I was told not to add anything for safety reasons although almost everyone else had it in their car seat. Fit perfect in uppababy stroller seat with & without infant insert
May 22, 2015
We have the Urban Bundle Me and love it! Our daughter was born in February, so it really made those first trips out less daunting. I loved knowing she was so warm without remembering blankets!
Oct 18, 2014
If I were to buy again, I'd definitely get the "light" version because this is super super warm and made my son too hot in his car seat during the winter months. Great for cold-sensistive babies.
Feb 16, 2014
these are great when it gets cold, and something new moms often dont think about. they keep the babies really warm, and are pretty easy to take on and off. Keep away from dogs who like to chew=)
Jan 12, 2014