I must say when I first realized how gigantic the Okoa stand was (midway through assembling it), I was slightly nervous about where it would fit in my living room. However, once I found space for it, I was surprised to discover that it is the first thing that everyone notices and comments on when they walk in the front door! My baby seems to dig it too. He’ll sleep much longer in the Hushamok than he sleeps in his bed, and I regularly use the hammock as my go-to baby repository when I need to take a shower, change my clothes or wash dishes.
Unlike many mattresses and cribs found on the market today, none of Hushamok‘s mattresses or stands are treated with toxic chemicals or flame retardants that could be harmful to a baby. The bedding that comprises the hammock is completely organic and machine washable, and the stands are constructed using sustainably harvested, untreated European Beechwood and aluminum castings. I’m happy that the construction of the Hushamok hammock is so high quality and safe, as I’m concerned about indoor air quality and health, especially in regard to my little munchkin. The attention to detail in the design of the Hushamok really shows: the elegant modern hammock looks more like a carefully crafted work of art than baby gear.
I’m grateful I got the chance to check out a Hushamok hammock. It has brought some much needed shut eye and convenience to my family.
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