Lullabuddy: Portable Lullaby Speaker + Bluetooth Player


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Happy Tuesday! I have the coolest thing to tell you about today. I was recently sent a Lullabuddy to review, and I am honestly obsessed with this. When they first emailed me about it, they said it was going to be one of the hottest new baby gifts of the year, and I was like, sure okay. But this is super neat!

It's a small portable speaker that is pre-loaded with 2 hours of music from Mae Robertson's lullaby collection. Literally, I opened the box, turned the power switch to "on," and it started playing lullabies! 

When fully charged, it will run for up to 18 hours, or you can plug it into a USB port to charge or continue playing while plugged in. There is a shuffle setting to shuffle the songs, and you can set the timer to play and then automatically shut off after 1 hour.

And... there's more! ;) The speaker on the Lullabuddy is Bluetooth enabled, so I could sync it to my phone and play music straight from there! It's compact enough to take anywhere and put anywhere, and it won't be in the way. 

Of course, this is for adult use only and should not be left alone within reach of an unsupervised child, but I had J hold it to show you how small it is! 

I love being able to try out products and share cool ones with you, and I'm really impressed by the Lullabuddy. I can see this being a great gift for a new parent, and personally I wish it had been in my life earlier. 

Check it out and see what you think! Have you heard of a Lullabuddy?

Audrey said...

What a cool little item! That'd be GREAT as a baby shower or new mom gift! I love that it syncs to your phone for other music, too!

shelleystirs said...

Check out keys for kids radio! I think r would like some of the music/shows. You can stream it from their website for free.

Sarah @ Sweet Miles said...

Well isn't that a nifty little thing!! I think I would love this! Especially for travel, or even when we're doing naps at the grandparents house after church on Sunday afternoons! This would be perfect to put by the Pack n Play!