Another weapon in the fight against lost binkies!! It's happened to every kid - binkies dropped on linoleum grocery store floors, on sandy beaches, grassy parks, in florescent-lit shopping malls. Waah! Bink Links safely secure the pacifier to baby's shirt, keeping it clean and preventing loss. They come in six nostalgic designs like candy necklace and peas and carrots.
Best of all, Bink Link is giving two away to AT: Nursery readers!
Bink Link's owners, Brian and Sharee Daley, consider theirs a "parent company" as the idea grew out of experience with their own kids who are also put to work test-driving the products. They use high quality materials - wood beads, non-toxic paints, a colorfast cord and a safe metal clip. They also use recycled chip board for their packaging.
How can you score a Bink Link? Hop on over to their site and report back in our comments section below with your favorite design (one entry per person). Deadline to enter is midnight Monday (6/11). Two winners will be randomly selected to win the Bink Link they chose as their favorite. The losers, um, non-winners, can purchase their own Bink Link for $14.
Leave no binkie behind!