I strive to make a difference with parents said; Sherri Frushon, ceo of Baby Huggables. I want parents to know about Baby Huggables and all it's wonderful products. I continue to invent products to help parents, it's just a goal of mine and a passion.
When my son was younger, he would escape out of the shoulder harness straps from a lot of the baby products I owned. I didn't want to become frustrated and set out to design and market something that not only I could use, but as well other parents said, Frushon. First was the Baby Huggables that can clip to the shoulder harness straps, preventing infants and babies from being able to get out of the shoulder harness straps. After my son grew older he realized how to remove the Baby Huggables- I had to re-invent something to keep him seated and secure said Frushon. Along came the Houdini Band which wraps around the shoulder harness straps to prevent babies, toddlers and children up to age five (5) from being able to remove the Houdini Band and thus escape out of shoulder harness straps.
I just keep inventing other products that no one has on the market. I contribute this to my growing son, who has sensory issues said Frushon. I want to know what his world is like first hand, not read about his issue from some book. I try to invent products that will help him and myself as well as other parents.
I have a whole line of products now that I have invented that I think are really helpful products to a lot of parents said Frushon. I am grateful my company was featured inside the Hendricks County Magazine.
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Baby Huggables was founded in early 2007. Since it's first product rolled out to the open market, along have come several other products to help parents, infants, babies, toddlers.