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Skip Hop Swipe

Mommy's Lil Helper: Skip Hop Swipe

One of the best things about the toddler stage is that your lil one is finally independent enough to do some things on her own. However, it also means messes happen in the blink of an eye. When your tot is covered in dirt or food, the seconds it takes to get into your diaper bag to pull out cleansing wipes can mean the difference between continuing your errands and heading home for a clothing change.

The ingenious people over at Skip Hop have developed a new twist on a common product that is sure to help harried moms out. By adding a strap to a trusty wipes case, the Swipe ($8) attaches directly to your stroller handlebar, eliminating the frantic search through a bag for a clean cloth. They also made the case simple to manage with a sliding button that allows one handed opening and a translucent BPA and phthalate-free plastic that takes the guesswork out of refills. Now there are no excuses for the dirty hands and crusty mouths!

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shoogerbooger shoogerbooger 7 years
I saw this online the other day. I think it looks great! I want one! Skip Hop has recently come out with some really cool stuff. I saw their new place mats that attach your kids' bowl inside so that that can't pick it up and turn it upside down (as my son LOVES to do).
roxtarchic roxtarchic 7 years
yeah.. i agree, i hate lugging a diaperbag.. i prefer to throw portable things into my huge (and i do mean huge) purse (or underneath) we have a diaper DUDE (got it for fathers day, we've used it twice) but no diaper bag... thats why i kinda like this, one less thing to put in my huge purse.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
It is. But it's stupid to have the diaper bag right next to it and then claim getting the wipes out of the bag is so inconvenient. Why not just have it alone on the stroller handle and claim it saves room or that it's always there in case you forget the diaper bag?
roxtarchic roxtarchic 7 years
actually i think the packet is attached to the stroller handle in the pic, altho it's hard to tell. i dont think it's a bad idea... and it doesnt seem like a bad price for $8. this might be a good stocking stuffer for me!
Greggie Greggie 7 years
"When your tot is covered in dirt or food, the seconds it takes to get into your diaper bag to pull out cleansing wipes can mean the difference between continuing your errands and heading home for a clothing change." Seriously? Especially in the picture the company apparently uses to advertise (which I'm assuming the picture above is), the wipes would be just under the flap of the diaper bag. A better way for them to push the product is to not involve the diaper bag at all. Although I just keep a small bag of wipes in the pocket on the stroller anyway.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
"When your tot is covered in dirt or food, the seconds it takes to get into your diaper bag to pull out cleansing wipes can mean the difference between continuing your errands and heading home for a clothing change."Seriously? Especially in the picture the company apparently uses to advertise (which I'm assuming the picture above is), the wipes would be just under the flap of the diaper bag.A better way for them to push the product is to not involve the diaper bag at all. Although I just keep a small bag of wipes in the pocket on the stroller anyway.
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