Our first review: Fisher-Price EZ Bundle

Hop, skip, and roll over to LI Kids to see our very first review. Courtesy of Wheeler Dad’s spectacular camera work, my demonstration skills, and a very cooperative baby, there are a couple of videos illustrating how a family like ours (or yours) might be able to use this new product from Fisher-Price.

I know some are curious about the review process. I’ll be working on a more formal disclaimer, but the short and simple version is this: We weren’t paid for our opinions, but received the product at no cost to try out and use how we please. Since we already owned most of the 4-in-1 that the EZ Bundle boasts (and as you’ll hear from the video, there are some potential snags for parents with disabilities), we were ecstatic to share our good fortune with two good friends expecting a little guy in a couple of months.

Let the folks at LI Kids know what you think of our review. If we’re a hit, we may have future opportunities.

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  1. Thayra says:

    Bravo, Kara!!! You sooo make me wanna be a Mom!!! muaah!

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