In 2019, Monica Ruiz made the jump from being a largely unknown actress to an overnight viral phenomenon, courtesy of an ad-gone-viral for the Peloton stationary exercise bike. The ad showed a character portrayed by Ruiz being presented with a Peloton by her husband for Christmas. In the following frames, the character's face seemed to show a growing sense of concern and fear as she undertakes a transformative fitness journey on her new exercise bike.
The look of mortal terror on the actress’s face in the ad notwithstanding, Ruiz has assured the world that she is alive and well. The expression in the ad, as it turns out, was largely a coincidental mistake. Thanks to an interview with Elle magazine, we also know what the actress behind the now-infamous "Peloton wife" really wants for Christmas. Hint: a Peloton didn't make the list.
Some of the top items on the list included an ice roller, rosewater shampoo, a holiday candle, a hydrating lip mask, and the Magic Sleepsuit.
As a mother of two young boys, Ruiz knows how much babies love to be swaddled. The problem, though, is that swaddling can become unsafe once a baby develops the ability to roll over onto his or her stomach when swaddled. Parents usually stop swaddling between 3 and 5 months, but the loss of comfort can reduce a baby's sleep quality significantly. For many parents, an infant swaddle suit presents the perfect transitional solution. The Magic Sleepsuit keeps babies warm and comfortable without the safety concerns of swaddling, allowing both parents and babies to sleep easier at night.
Take Monica Ruiz’s advice! Look at the Baby Merlin Sleep Collection to help your baby get a better night’s sleep. Baby Merlin’s comprehensive set of sleepwear solutions will soothe your baby from swaddle transition through their first 18 months.