Accident statistics confirm that an unborn child can be harmed in a collision when the seat belt is positioned incorrectly over the mother’s abdomen. The Bump Belt from Dreambaby helps protect an unborn baby by positioning the lap seat belt below the baby bump to reduce pressure on the uterus. The Bump Belt features a soft, comfortable fabric cover, can be used in any seat in the car, and is effective without affecting the structural integrity of the seat belt. "The Bump Belt consists of a cushion pad that attaches to the car seat on to which the pregnant mother sits, to the front are a pair of velcro fittings - it is these that secure the lap section of the adult 3 point seat belt in a low position across the hips away from the growing infant," Tracey Rosen, a rep for Dreambaby, told TDmonthly. Launch date: 2011.
The Dream Baby Hallway Security Gate is designed to fit any opening 38' to 53.5'. The gate comes with a 7' extension and a 3.5' extension. It is pressure mounted, swings closed automatically, has a door that opens in both directions and closes automatically, and functions with one-handed operation. It is created for easy installation and comes with a one-year manufacturer's warranty. This gate is available in white or black. Launch date: November 10, 2009. — As of August 2010, this product had 5 out of 5 stars from 16 reviews on Amazon.com. PROS: Sturdy, effective and fits even wide doorways. CONS: Some parents felt the gate was too difficult to open and close.
The Dream Baby Retractable gate can be used indoors and outdoors, expands to 55' and comes complete with two sets of mounting hardware so it can be mounted in two different locations. It is UV protected, easy to install and move from location to location, and the hardware is galvanized steel. Launch date: October 2009.
Dream Baby’s No Tools-No Screws Safety Kit consists of a 35-piece set of child safety accessories that doesn’t require tools for installation. It's designed for those concerned maintaining their cabinets, drawers, appliances and other pieces of furniture, and ideal for those who are renting. The set is created to help keep the household safer for ever-curious toddlers exploring their independence. Launch date: May 5, 2009.