Traveling Tot

Traveling with toddlers can be a PAIN. Trying to figure out all the gear you have to bring is enough to cancel the trip all together. Lord knows why they call it a “Pack-n-Play”, because nothing about that Pack-n-Play “packs” up easily into a 4 door sedan with a full trunk. The thing is 4 feet tall, an awkward rectangular bulk of space, and is stick straight so there’s no pushing and bending it into position.

And what about eating arrangements? Are you supposed to pack your whole high chair just so your toddler can eat at your friends house while you’re visiting for a week? Well, that’s what I used to think, until I met the Nuby Easy Go Travel Booster Seat. When they say travel friendly, they mean it. It folds up to smaller than a laptop case, such as a book, and is as light as a feather.

It’s so easy to set up. Actually, set up is a term that invokes more labor than this seat actually requires. You pull up the Velcro closed seat backing, and suddenly you have a seat. Buckle it up onto a chair wherever you are, and wa-la, you have a booster seat for your tot. The buckles and straps are so easy to snap on, even my 2 year old could do it. And the material it’s made out of is very easy to clean, so while this seat won’t keep your tot from making a mess (evidently 👆🏼), it’ll definitely make clean up easier.

Aside from travel related purposes, I happen to love this seat at home. It’s not as big and bulky as a traditional one, easy to take off the chair to clean up the cushion after each messy meal, and Marco really loves placing it on the floor and playing “oopsie daisy” with it… which entails him sitting on it, then pretending he’s falling backwards while still in the seat, hence that big grin when he lands on his tush. Ah boys, they certainly will be boys.

You can find the Nuby Easy Go Travel Booster Seat here. If you try it out, let me know what you think! Or, you can let NUBY know on their instagram page!

*This post was sponsored by NUBY Usa.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Love this thing! I didn’t even know such thing existed. I’m always looking for new things to use with my kiddos. Thanks for sharing! Very helpful.


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