As the third child, Corinne has to make do with a lot of things that have been around the block once or twice. You know: black or navy "boy" snowpants and gloves, a Hotwheels scooter instead of a Barbie one and also, a ratty, stained booster seat. So when Diggity Kids sent us a new Kids Travel Comfort System, I jumped right on it! Corinne (of course) chose the hot pink and it certainly brightens up our van!
The story behind the company is one of a couple of moms whose kids complained about long travels on uncomfortable seats. As is the case with most inventions, the necessity for a happy kid brought about the soft and comfortable Keester (cushion for the tush), seat belt cover (Corinne LOVES this as it is her prime complaint in Daddy's car) and the kids' neck pillow (which is also highly needed in this family full of car sleepers).
(No, you will not see her in the seat in the van because I actually want you to continue to respect me... The van is like your junk drawer: you don't take pictures of your junk drawer...)
I have only good things to say about this product. It is made with high quality materials and actually delivers what it promises. And they make having to sit in a booster seat a little bit cooler for the little kid who doesn't want to be so little anymore.
Want to win your very own Travel System? In any of the very cool colors and designs they have available? (nice though the pink is, I have a feeling not all of your sons would be too thrilled with that one...)
Enter below and TWO READERS will receive an entire Diggity Kids Comfort Travel System!!
~ Go to Diggity Kids and tell me which color system you would choose. Then come back and enter any of the other ways below!
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We will pick the TWO WINNERS on Friday, March 5. Good luck to everyone!
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