The past is ever present

Do you remember BabyBugzz Umbrella?  Back in the far and distant past  when I travelled to Thailand I brought back the traditional bug umbrella that they use to protect little ones from the biting creatures. Well, Nourn and I  bought one at the market before the birth and we use it every day. The thread of time connects us to our experience.

This one has a cute dinosaur caricature. Very cute. Is it time for the rebirth of the BabyBugzz Umbrella? I find it really fun and interesting that after all these years I am still impressed with the simplicity and usefulness of this bug protection device. BABYBUGZZ forever!

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