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Sleepy Wrap from NAP bags two awards
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Dec '09
NAP, Inc. announced their popular Sleepy Wrap wearable baby carrier received the Gold Award in the "Gear & Accessories" category from Mom's Choice Awards on December 7 and the Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval on November 4.

The MCAs are given annually after family friendly media, products and services are reviewed in-depth by an esteemed panel of judges including top education, media, science, medical, business professionals and others - including parents. PTPA provides an objective means for parents to discover new products designed to enrich family living with the purpose of marrying innovative companies with discerning consumers. PTPA awards are presented only to companies whose products are deemed exceptional by a knowledgeable and unbiased panel of experts.

We created the Sleepy Wrap infant wrap because we wanted the absolute best baby carrier for our own children," said Robert Antunovic, CEO of NAP, Inc., co-creator of the Sleepy Wrap. "We're proud Sleepy Wrap has won recognition this year from two prestigious organizations - the Mom's Choice Awards and PTPA - and we look forward to continuing to provide the highest quality, most comfortable, durable and wearable child wraps to parents worldwide."

Sleepy Wrap is made with a high quality, yet soft heavy cotton knit with just a touch of spandex - there are no digging straps, poking buckles or buttons. Sleepy Wrap Classic is available in 13 different colors and Sleepy Wrap Organic is available in natural or khaki. The infant wrap places no pressure points on a child's developing hips, spine or pelvis and is optimal for babies yet can be used for toddlers as well.

Sleepy Wrap is also excellent for kangaroo care, as premature infants thrive in this comforting baby wrap. One size fits all adults and cleaning the child wrap is a breeze - just machine wash, tumble dry and go.

NAP Inc

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