Scrunch Bucket– Gone are the days of buying plastic buckets on holidays and then throwing them in the bin. This one is made out of silicon and comes in a variety of awesome colours. I love the fact that you can roll it up and it will always fit in your suitcase. So much better for the environment too!
PlanePal– A game changer when it comes to flying with your children. The PlanePal pillow will turn your child’s economy seat into a business class seat! All you need to do is inflate the pillow once the seat belt sign has been switched off by either breathing into the valve or using a pump. Your kids can stretch out their legs and get a good nights rest. Happy kids = happy parents. Over 40+ airlines have now approved this pillow and other ones like it. To see what airlines approve the cushion head to the PlanePal website for up to date info.
Cozigo– Universal fit for prams and inflight bassinets. We use ours when we fly so the little one can sleep without being disturbed by the bright lights and noise. When not in the air it we attach it to our Babyzen YoYo stroller when out+about. I like the fact that it has zippers on the sides so you can always take a peek.
MyTravelTot-I like to support other small businesses and MyTravelTot is a gorgeous handmade foldable multi usable quilt. Sometimes it’s a pillow, a quilt or a playmat. A constant companion of ours when we travel.
The Babyzen stroller – The all in one pram/stroller for every day use and when you’re travelling. Opens and folds easily and can be stowed in the overhead plane bins. Winner!
Packing cubes- These are just the best! I’ve even converted my husband! Gone are the days of looking for that one item of clothing that has found its way to the very bottom of your bag. I love that every member in our family has their clothes/shoes/socks/underwear/toiletries neatly packed in cubes even an empty one for dirty clothes. I personally like cubes with a mesh cover so I can easily see what’s inside. I use Kathmandu+Ikea packing cubes but you can also find them at; Mumi, Flight 001, Muji and outdoor/camping stores