Baby Ota Handmade Bamboo Swaddling Blanket Give-Away

Welcome to our Baby Ota Giveaway!


I’ve partnered with Sidetracked Mom’s Blog to bring you this amazing baby product that has been passed down from generation to generation for hundreds of years, originating in the Czech Republic.

The winner will receive their very own, handmade from 100% eco-friendly bamboo and select cotton blends, Baby Ota swaddling blanket!

Cathy, from Sidetracked Mom’s Blog, had the pleasure of reviewing this blanket. I’d highly recommend checking out her review so you can learn the long history of this blanket along with the benefits! But, here are few key points:

“Traditionally, an expecting mother was given the wrap-me blanket after it was handmade by a family member making this a truly special family heirloom. The popularity of the wrap-me blanket spread through central and eastern Europe. Now, they’re available here in the United States!”

“This is incredibly soft handmade blanket is made of 100% eco-friendly bamboo and hand selected cotton blends. The Baby Ota is practical in any environment or climate and most importantly, the fabric, being made of bamboo that is brown without fertilizers, pesticides or chemicals, provides the most natural touch to baby’s skin. The bamboo fabric naturally repels odors and is easy to clean, too!”

“The Baby Ota also keeps unwanted germs and bacteria off baby’s skin… as Baby is being passed from one pair of hands to the next (during family visits)”

“While the Baby Ota provides snug comfort, it is not restrictive like some swaddling blankets can be.”


Baby Ota is suitable for babies from birth to 6 months (or until baby reaches approximately 22lbs). Be the first in your family to start this heirloom tradition! Order your handmade Baby Ota for $59 and get free shipping with any order of 2 or more.







Baby Ota is generously offering one lucky reader their own Baby Ota! To enter, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below!
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