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Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  January 17, 2013 01:49 PM

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By Necee Regis, Globe Correspondent

Parents who dread another road trip or plane ride while toting a little one in a stroller or car seat will appreciate SnoozeShade, a line of products designed to help your child maintain a resting schedule while the family is on the go. The SnoozeShade Original ($34.99), SnoozeShade Plus ($49.99), and SnoozeShade Car Seat ($29.99) attach with ease to most strollers and car seats. You don’t have to fuss with draping blankets, or worry that your little one will be over-stimulated by light or nearby activities. The SnoozeShade Playard ($99.99) fits Pack ’n Plays and sleep cribs, and allows your baby to sleep in a safe, darkened space.  213-438-9584, www.snoozeshadeusa.com

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