Finding a solution to car travel with little ones is nightmare, especially since I don’t drive so need to have carseats here in the chance we go out anywhere with others. The girls both have large carseats that live in daddys car but it just is not practical to take them out each time we come home. Plus I have no where to store two whopping huge carseats!
This is where a fabulous invention from BubbleBum comes into play. A best selling parents favourite and winner of more than 20 design, innovation and safety awards including Mumsnet, Mother & Baby and Practical Parenting and the IIHS Best Bet Booster Award.
The portable, & foldable, inflatable & deflatable, lightweight car booster seat for children aged between 4-11 years, easily deflates and packs away, making it perfect for holidays, rental cars, taxis, coach journeys, school trips or car pooling. The narrow design makes it perfect to fit 3 car seats across the rear seat.
We found that it was super simple to use and stores so small that I can pop it in a drawer when not in use, Amelia is still too little for one just yet but once she turns 4 we will definitely be on the look out for another! So easy to use and designed for use with a standard 3 point adult seat belt we felt that Evie was securely fastened in and the BubbleBum gave her the added height needed to sit comfortably within the seat.
The great thing about BubbleBum is that it can be taken with Evie in her backpack too when she goes to stay at her Nanas, weighing the equivalent of 3 small bananas it is super easy to carry around and inflate if needed for an impromptu car trip! It helps that it is in a cute Union Jack design too so very unisex friendly and wipe clean! Priced at £29.99 and available in 3 designs – Shamrock, Union Jack and Stars & Stripes.
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For those who prefer a more traditional home-like experience when on vacation, a timeshare can make sense. If you’ve gotten many years of good use out of your timeshare and now want to get rid of it, a timeshare cancellation company like Timeshare Freedom Group or Lonestar transfer may be able to help.