Keekaroo Gives Ultra Comfy Hugs And Support To Your Baby In Their One-Of-A Kind Cushions!

Keekaroo Gives Ultra Comfy Hugs And Support To Your Baby In Their One-Of-A Kind Cushions

Keekaroo cushions hug, hold, and support your child with the Infant Insert, the Cafe Booster, and the Comfort Cushions Set. All of these are pillowy soft while also remaining durable for the safety of the the baby. With an exclusive manufacturing process, Keekaroo products are squeezable and comfortable making it so easy for a baby to find that perfect comfort zone!

And now, Keekaroo will be at the 2018 Chicago Baby Show on August 25 and 26 at Navy Pier.

Tickets to the Chicago Baby Show are $30 per family; $20 per individual. Children are free.


We spoke with a Keekaroo team member about what to expect at this year’s Baby Show!

What should expectant and new parents know about your brand?
Keekaroo’s cushions are used in hospitals and schools, so the cushions have to be soft but durable and easy to clean. There are made of a solid, impermeable to fluid, non-porous shell over foam, eliminating mold or water damage. You can easily clean it with a wipe, making feeding and diaper change a perfect application.

What’s new (in the past year) with your brand?
The Keekaroo Snoozer brings the best of our cushion benefits to nap time! Made from our cushion technology, the Snoozer is easy to clean and its strong outer shell makes it durable and limits bacteria growth. Made in the USA, the Keekaroo Snoozer makes nap time a breeze!

Created for use by infants aged newborn to 5 months, the soft, ergonomic shape gives your baby a safe, comfortable napping surface. The firm structure maintains shape while your little one is in the Snoozer. The angle is perfect for acid reflux reduction and your baby’s first observations of their world!

What is your most popular product right now?
Our Peanut Changer is the most popular product!

Why should Baby Show attendees stop by your booth at the Chicago Baby Show in 2018?
If you haven’t felt our proprietary cushion material, you have to squeeze it to understand how soft it really is.

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