May 29, 2012

Traveling Toddler Car Seat Travel Accessory


Travel season is here and while vacation might be fun, moving through an airport with a toddler isn't. You can keep your toddler safe and in one place with this simple Travel Accessory. Simply connect your toddler's car seat to your rolling carry on suitcase with this easy tether. When you get to the plane your toddler can fly safely in the car seat that you have bought on the plane. There's no need to check it. It's a great way to make sure that your vacation gets off to a smooth start instead of a rocky one.

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May 22, 2012

Chicco Smart Support Backpack


It's never to early to share your love of the outdoors with your little one. This Chicco Smart Support Backpack is has a lightweight aluminum frame that weighs only 7 pounds. The energy absorbing lumbar padding in breathable mesh will make carrying your baby a breeze. The water resistant canopy with sun visor and zip off rain cover will protect your baby from all kinds of weather. It will be good at keeping bugs away too. You don't want to create any bad outdoor memories at such a young age!

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May 16, 2012

Brica Fold N' Go Travel Bassinet


As the warmer weather approaches, many people get the itch to hit the road. If you have an infant, a road trip might be a little difficult. This Brica Fold N' Go Travel Bassinet can make traveling to Grandma's house or camping under the stars just a little easier. Most importantly, it has a safe-t-lock system that ensures sturdy side walls so you can sleep peacefully with the knowledge that the bassinet is as sturdy as a traditional crib. The mattress pad is removable for easy clean up. You will love the light weight, easy to fold design and carry handle. It makes heading home as easy as heading out.

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May 15, 2012

Joovy Room2 Portable Play Yard


Sometimes it makes sense to purchase the simplest option for a necessity. After all, having a newborn can get expensive and buying something for the bells and whistles is not always the best choice. This Joovy Room2 Portable Play Yard is a great play yard to keep at grandma's house or as a back up in a separate room. It measures 10 square feet, perfect for playing. Just throw in a few favorite toys and your baby will be happy and safe while you take a break or get some cleaning done. If you need to hit the road, you will love the quick and easy fold and set up. The carry bag with shoulder strap also makes transport a breeze. Thank goodness for the simple things.

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October 3, 2011

JJ Cole Urban Toddler Bundle Me


Fall is officially here and temperatures in parts of the country are definitely dropping. It's time to take inventory of what you will need to be prepared for the season. If you will be pushing your baby in a stroller, don't waste your time and effort on a regular blanket to keep your little one toasty. Blankets fall off the stroller, get caught in the wheels and become filthy. Great, that's just want you want wrapped around your baby. Instead, use this Urban Toddler Bundle Me to keep your toddler warm. It eliminates need for blankets and jackets and has a removable top for easy temperature control. It's perfect for ages one through three. Best of all, it's machine washable in case it becomes dirty while you and your little one are out on the town.

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September 13, 2011

Melissa & Doug Augie Alligator Sleeping Bag


I recently bought this sleeping bag for my toddler for our vacation. He loves it! The alligator's face is so goofy my son laughs every time he sees it. The sizing is perfect for toddlers; there's plenty of room for wiggling around and getting comfortable. If you need something for nap time at a day care, a weekend at grandma's or even a cool weather camping trip, this sleeping bag will keep your toddler happy.

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July 19, 2011

Inglesina 2011 Fast Table Chair


If you are taking a road trip or just enjoying a night out with the baby, you want to make sure that the high chair your baby is using is safe and clean. If you are using one of those universal high chairs offered at restaurants, you can't always be sure. This fast table chair has universal twist-tight couplings that are adaptable to most types of tables up to 3.5 " thick. It also has a lifted backrest and firm seat for the comfort of the baby. When the meal is done, simply use fold flat closing system for transportation and pop it in the carry bag attached at the bottom of the seat for extra padding. Eating out is so much simpler. Now if you can just get your baby to eat her strained peas, life would really be easier.

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July 14, 2011

Portable Travel Potty and Trainer Seat


It's road trip season and if you are the parent of a toddler, then you better be prepared for anything. That includes roadside pit stops. Let's face it, not all three year olds can understand the concept of waiting until you get to the hotel. If you start to worry that your toddler won't hold out for you, you can simply find a safe place to pull over and create an impromptu bathroom. This sturdy travel potty is hygienic and includes padded, disposable liners that neatly absorbs contents and odors. It supports up to 50 pounds. No parent want s to take their chances with a germy rest stop. Now, you don't have to.

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July 8, 2011

My Cot Portable Travel Bed


This travel bed might look like the perfect solution for an overnight trip to Grandma's house, but it's also a great nap time solution at the beach. Summer months can be rough on an infant's routines. You can keep your little one on track with a comfy place to sleep while older siblings run around and have fun. At the end of the day, you can just fold it up and put it in the carrying case. When you get home, throw the mat in the wash. It will be clean and ready for the next outing.

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June 23, 2011

Chalkboard Placemats


Meals on the go can be tough with kids. They need a lot distractions while waiting for their food to arrive at the table. This chalkboard placemat will keep your little one entertained and clean at the same time. It comes with its own pocket for chalk and you can simply wipe it clean when your artist's work is complete.

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