Baby-BeeHaven was created by Heather, a working mom of two. While going about her busy life with her daughter, she constantly discovered a lack of baby products designed to make a mother’s job easier. Armed with her concepts, Heather created a product line based from these experiences.
Currently, Baby-BeeHaven products comprise the See ‘n Store, Cush ‘n Go for boys, Cush ‘n Go for girls, Swingin’ Smart, and Dream Feeder.
I had the opportunity to review theÂ Cush ‘n Go for boys, and I loved it!
The Cush n’ Go is a reversible stroller cushion, designed to provide comfortable support for babies on the go. Made with memory foam, it conforms to baby’s head shape to help decrease the flat-head syndrome sometimes common in infants. The Cush n’ Go even protects difficult-to-clean stroller seats since it’s machine washable!
At 13.4″ by 1″ by 29,”Â the Cush ‘n Go is supposed to work with most strollers and harness systems. I tested this claim with four strollers (in our living room, because it was cold and wet outside- don’t judge me). My tester lineup was a Cosco umbrella stroller, the Baby Trend Euroride stroller, the BOB Ironman jogging stroller, and an Evenflo stroller (not sure what the model is…apparently they don’t make it anymore).
Â Cosco umbrella stroller:
My Findings- Doesn’t fit well. It hangs down in the front and is too short in the back. You could use the cushion with a smaller infant, but older babies and toddlers will have their head up off the pillow.
Baby Trend Euroride stroller:
My Findings- Great fit! Which is good, since we plan to use this stroller for our day trips, especially when we move to Spain.
BOB Ironman jogging stroller:
My Findings- It didn’t work. I couldn’t figure out a way to get the harness apart to thread through the cushion. Now, if I’m wrong, and the BOB Ironman harness is removable, please let me know!
My findings- Great fit!
To determine how well the Cush ‘n Go washes, I smeared it with apple sauce and some mushy Cheerios- yummy.
I washed it on gentle with warm water and then dried in the dryer on low. I put it through two dryer cycles to make sure it was completely dry, because I’m paranoid about that (ever since I had a mildew issue with a particular cloth diaper). Afterwards, it was completely clean and looked great- no issues!
The Cush n’ Go is compatible for the average strollers and harness systems that parents will probably use most often. I wish we had the Cush ‘n Go on our recent day trip to D.C. It was quite cold that day. We used a blanket underneath my son, but I think this cushion would have kept him warmer and definitely more comfortable. If you use a stroller for walks or trips to the park, zoo, the mall, museums, and any other expeditions, I definitely recommend the Cush ‘n Go. I’m working on re-transitioning (long story) Baby J to his crib, and in the process, I’m co-sleeping with him in our very hard, uncomfortable spare bed. The first night, he was tossing and turning. I grabbed the Cush ‘n Go and laid it under him, and he went right to sleep. It really is very comfy for him! Did I mention I love this cushion? ðŸ˜‰
Note: I received a complimentary Cush n’ Go for Boys from Baby-BeeHaven to review andÂ was not compensated for this post.Â I was not asked to write a positive review, and the opinions expressed above are my own and may differ from opinions of others.