Lovable Labels: KID Bands! {Review}

While preparing for Disney the thought of having a toddler in tow made me a little anxious. With so many people around and the constant distractions that could happen I really wanted to have a few products and procedures in place. I know, typical Mom worrying about everything… I just knew I would be able to enjoy myself a little more if I prepared. I mentioned the Skip Hop Zoo Safety Harness and taking a photo of Parker each day in my Disney With A Toddler Post
In addition, I really wanted something that Parker could wear each day that would have his name and our contact information. Since I am a Love Bug Ambassador for Lovable Labels, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to partner together and review their KID Bands!

KID Bands! are perfect when out in large crowds like the pool, zoo or an amusement park. They are single-use, adjustable, water resistant, and tear proof. I keep our pack in the diaper bag so that they are always handy when I feel like he should be wearing one.

A set of KID Bands! comes in a pack of 34 and you can choose from 10 different designs for $19.95. Lovable Labels can even work with a school or daycare to customize the bands with your school color or logo.

Allergy Alert Labels provide a clear warning to others about your child’s allergy or allergies. They are perfect for kids’ lunch boxes, drink bottles, containers, etc. Allergy Alert labels can even be temporarily used on backpacks or clothing when your kids go on field trips, to a friend’s party or when travelling anywhere they may be at risk.
Medical Wristbands are great for children with medical conditions like allergies, asthma, epilepsy and diabetes. Unlike medical bracelets that have only enough room for approximately 30 characters, there is enough space on our card inserts to list your child’s medical condition, any medications they are taking, two emergency contacts, and other information specific to them. This information is accessible immediately when an emergency arises. The outside of our Medical Wristband features the internationally recognized Medical Emblem and the phrase “Vital ID Inside” so that if an emergency arises, medical personnel will know to look there for important information.


  1. Disney With A Toddler December 19, 2014 at 10:52 am

    […] I can’t say enough about this stroller. Parker was so comfortable in it, we didn’t even need to head back to the hotel for naps! After lunch we just reclined the seat and gave him his pacifier and blanket. He was usually out in about 5 minutes and took a 2-3 hour nap each day. I had every intention of heading back to the room each day but this made things SO much easier. There was also a ton of space below to hold all of our gear so we were prepared for just about any situation. The bright red color also stood out and we were always able to find it in the stroller parking.     Safety One of the things I was most worried about in Disney was safety. Up until 18 months (December), Parker wasn’t walking so he was always in the stroller or the carrier close to us. I knew that he would not want to spend the long days in the park strapped into a stroller now that he was walking. To help alleviate my worries, we decided to purchase the Skip Hop Zoo Safety Harness. I know many people are against “leashes” for their kids. I am not one of them. This was a great way to keep Parker from wandering off if we got distracted by something because lets face it, parents aren’t perfect. You never know when your childhood idol, Goofy, may come walking by and for a split second you are in la-la land. We also made it routine to take a photo of Parker each morning while we waited for the bus. On the way to the park I would text the photo to everyone in our party along with his stats and allergies. In an emergency, this is a quick way to get authorities the information they need when you may still be in shock or unable to think straight. You never want to NEED something like this, but I felt a little more comfortable knowing everyone had the information on hand. I also partnered up with Lovable Labels to review their KID Bands!. Parker wore one each day in the parks which helped put my mind at ease. KID Bands! are waster resistant and tear proof one time use bands that can be customized for your specific needs. For $19.95 you get a pack of 34 wristbands available in 10 different patterns. Check out my full Lovable Labels: KID Bands! here. […]

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    […] Sweet Notes don’t forget to check out some of our favorite products include the KID Bands! and their Daycare […]

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