Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Sandra Bullock's baby uses Leslie Gudel's Nap Nanny

Comcast SportsNet Phillies reporter Leslie Gudel says that she couldn't have paid for better advertising for her Nap Nanny baby recliner than when Sandra Bullock's new baby, Louis, was seen resting in one in People magazine. Gudel says she thinks that the Nap Nanny got to Bullock through a gift show that Nap Nanny participated in last January.

Sandra Bullock's baby uses Leslie Gudel's Nap Nanny

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Comcast SportsNet Phillies reporter Leslie Gudel says that she couldn't have paid for better advertising for her Nap Nanny baby recliner than when Sandra Bullock's new baby, Louis, was seen resting in one in People magazine. Gudel says she thinks that the Nap Nanny got to Bullock through a gift show that Nap Nanny participated in last January.

Bullock isn't the first celebrity to use the Nap Nanny; others include actor Chad Lowe and Kim Painter, Marissa Jaret-Winokur and Tisha Campbell-Martin, who told the company that she feels safer when her son is in the Nap Nanny. Gudel says she dreamed up the idea when her daughter Kendall, now 6, was 8 months old and wouldn't sleep flat. Since the People magazine pictorial, readers have been flocking to napnanny.com to learn about the product.

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