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CoziGo Bassinet Cover Review

CoziGo Bassinet Cover Review (formerly known as Fly Babee) Updated May 2018 Disclosure: I was gifted this product in order to review it. As an ex flight attendant and Mum, I was very keen on trying out the CoziGo Sleep Easy cover as soon as I had heard about it. Any product that helps my baby…

Kids’ Travel Pillow | Seat to Sleep Review

Kids’ Travel Pillow/Cushion Seat to Sleep Review The Seat to Sleep® Travel Nest is a lightweight inflatable travel cushion, which adapts adult plane seats into a comfy, safe space for children ages 3-10. We were given two to review on our recent long haul flight with our kids on Virgin Atlantic to Orlando, Florida. Trying to…

Travel Gifts For Kids

Brilliant Travel Gifts For Kids (that will get used!) As an avid lover of travel I adore travel related gifts and travel gear (hint hint Mr FWAB) and I always try to buy something travel related for my girls – which are practical and will actually get used! If you are continually off globetrotting with…

I’ve flown many times with my now 1 and 4 year old and have always been exasperated by the small pillow in economy, which always falls through the armrest and ends up in the aisle at least ten times. I was given the opportunity to trial a Travel Snug recently, which solves this issue and more. The Travel Snug is basically a fleecy padded seat cover which lays over the bottom of the seat and also provides comfortable support around the back and sides too. It also comes with a fleecy blanket; both come in a variety of colours and patterns. As an added bonus it can act a bit of a booster seat- handy for little ones who can’t quite reach the tray table. For young children – it is an ideal solution for trying to get comfy on a hard airplane seat, with bulky metal seat buckles and armrests making it harder to get snug. I can imagine it would also be useful for long coach rides. Travel Snug review, travel, flying with children, kids, toddler, tips, airline

Travel Snug Review

Travel Snug Review I’ve flown many times with my now then 1 and 4 year old and have always been exasperated by the small pillow in economy, which always falls through the armrest and ends up in the aisle at least ten times. I was given the opportunity to trial a Travel Snug recently, which…