Baby sitting on bed holding ergoPouch Joey comforter

The secret to NEVER losing your little one’s comforter again

In Features, Stories, What's New by Nicole Fuge

We’ve all been there. It’s bedtime and for the life of you, you can’t locate your little one’s comforter. Anywhere!!!!! Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us.

Thanks to the geniuses over at ergoPouch, this never has to happen again. Yes, that’s right they’ve created a clever Joey comforter that comes installed with a GPS tracker that connects with your smart phone. In other words, you’ll never lose track of their precious companion again.

Yes, you did read that right, mama, it has a GPS tracker. Welcome to the future!

“Joey is the world’s first trackable comforter and contains a child-safe, trackable device that you can pair with your smart phone. Meaning Joey can be tracked at all times!” says ergoPouch.

If you’re little one doesn’t settle without their comforter and you can’t bear the thought of their lip dropping the next time you can’t locate it, then this could be the solution you’ve been waiting for.

Made from the brand’s signature super-soft bamboo jersey and organic cotton, the Joey is waterproof, machine washable and comes with a child-proof zip.

3 things ergoPouch says to consider as to how and when to introduce a comforter to help settle your baby:

1 // “Around the seven to 8-month mark, your baby reaches a separation milestone developmentally, where they realise are no longer attached to you.”

2 // “You may notice your child becoming noticeably upset when you leave the room, as they approach this age. This can have a flow-on effect to sleep, where your baby may find it difficult to settle on their own.”

3 // “Introducing a comforter around this milestone can help your baby feel soothed when transitioning to sleep. For safe sleep, we recommend the comforter is used as a sleep transition tool, and removed from the cot once your baby is asleep.”

To read more about the Joey comforter, click here.

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