Bobble Roos No Slip Play Yard SheetWeb site: bobbleroos.com

Crib Bedding brand review: Bobble Roos. As you know, we love the Graco Pak N Play and other playpens for their convenience . . . with one exception: those darn cheap playpen sheets!

Active babies easily pull off the sheets that come with most playpens and the thin, low-thread count cotton makes them a cold place for baby during winter months. To the rescue comes Bobble Roos, which besides its namesake blankets, also makes a No-Slip Play Yard Sheet for $25.

What about those blankets we mentioned earlier? Bobbleroos makes baby and toddler blankets out of cotton flannel in both a standard (36″ x 44″) size and a supersize (60″ x 44″) for toddlers. Their web site sells blankets in 6-packs with ($58-$68) or without ($50) burp cloths.

Speaking of burp cloths, they also sell these separately along with wash cloths, waterproof mattress pads and pillows for toddler. Bobbleroos also made crib sheets for a while, but those have been discontinued.

The company also offers a personalization service for it’s bedding–you can get your child’s name embroidered on pretty much anything the company sells.

We had a reader give this product a test-run and the verdict was positive. Made of 100% cotton flannel, the “very soft” play yard sheets come in “cute fabrics” and “held up well after several washings,” said our reviewer. And true to its claims, the sheet does not slip off the mattress—it is designed like a pillow sham so it doesn’t pull off at the corners. Rating: A