Abstract: An infant head support which fits within an infant carrier, swing, stroller, or car seat, prevents the infant's head from falling to one side and protects the infant from injury during transport. The infant head support includes a main body portion and a head cushion element extending around a portion of the body portion. The body portion includes two panels which cooperate to facilitate securement of the support within the infant carrier or other device having shoulder restraint straps. The two panels, which are releasably coupled to one another, detach to form a wide opening for receiving simultaneously the shoulder restraint straps, including a V- or Y-joint. The panels can be re-attached to one another after the shoulder restraint straps have been threaded through the support, thereby separating the straps from one another and guiding the straps over the infant's shoulders.
Abstract: A flexible photo album has a flexible front cover, a flexible back cover and a plurality of pages disposed between the front and back covers. Each page has a front section and a back section coupled together by a fabric seam to form a pouch for holding photographs or other substantially flat objects. A portion of at least the front or back sections of the page is substantially transparent to allow the object within the pouch to be viewed through the front or back section.
Abstract: An adjustable head support for use with a child ranging in size from a small infant to a toddler. A soft pliable body structure has a main body portion and an upper portion, and a pair of flanking openings provided on opposite sides between the main body portion and the upper portion. A pair of fastener elements is located on the main body portion adjacent a different one of a pair of flanking openings. The upper portion has a cushion element permanently arranged along the periphery and terminating in a pair of ends. Each end has a fastener engagement member adapted to be secured by a corresponding one of the fastener elements. A plurality of supplemental fastener elements is arranged on the upper portion inboard of the cushion element, and a supplemental cushion element having mating fastener elements removably attached to the upper portion inboard of the cushion element.
Abstract: An infant cover-up garment having a generally oval shape with an elastic perimeter defining an open back, an adjustable front closure with an aperture for the face of an infant, and a plurality of elastic fastener loops secured to and distributed about the elastic perimeter for enabling the garment to be releasably secured to a number of different infant carriers or stationary holding devices.
Abstract: An infant sling carrier has a carrier panel terminating in a tail portion extending from one end. A pair of buckle rings is attached to the carrier panel at the opposite end and functions in concert with the tail portion to provide a sling of adjustable length for carrying an infant. The free end of the tail portion is provided with a safety stop member which can be maneuvered through the buckle rings when creating the sling, but which has a long dimension which will not pass through the buckle rings if the tail portion accidentally releases and slides through the buckle rings.
Abstract: A head support which grows with the child from small infant to advanced toddler. A soft body structure has a central portion comprising an upper, intermediate and lower section and a pair of flanking padded wing portions secured to the upper central portion and having a fold seam at the junction with the upper central portion. The intermediate central portion has a pair of flanking tab portions each provided with a fastener strip, and the lower central portion terminates in a pair of leg portions separated by a gap. The upper side edges of the lower central portion are provided with a plurality of fastener strips. A plurality of fastener tabs are attached to the lower edge of each wing portion in order to provide adjustment in three dimensions of the relative attitudes of the wing portions in the central body portion. The support can be used in a folded attitude or an upstanding attitude, depending on the size of the child.