I was recently sent a box of brilliant safety products from Lindam as part of my role on their blogger panel.
The products focus on keeping your children safe both at home and when you go away or even just out and about on day trips.
There are various safety options you can choose from Lindam but first let me tell you about my two favourite items we received.
First up it’s the backpack/reigns. I’m sure I’m not the only parent to have a very energetic toddler – which is great most of the time but sometimes especially when it’s just me with both girls I need to keep Izzy near to me and she doesn’t want to play ball. We have tried a few different sets of reigns as methods of keeping her quite literally on a leash but she has hated them. I took a different angle with these ones.. Showing her that she had a really cool new bag ( she’s a bag lover) with a brilliant handle for mammy to hold and so far so good. In fact she loves them. We have used them on several occasions already and they make my life so much easier.
Here are a pic of her on a recent day trip to Cardiff:
Secondly we were sent some blinds for the car windows. Again we have used a few sets of blinds.. Quite often they aren’t great and let in light or fall down. These are excellent. Not only are they sturdy and well made so even the fact that Isabelle constantly pulls at them doesn’t cause a problem but they have a special new feature which tells you when the car is getting too hot with a white hot button at the bottom of each blind. We travel a lot by car or various festivals and it’s important to me that both girls are as comfortable as possible during these journeys. These definitely help.
We also love the back seat mirror for keeping an eye on Chloe whilst on journeys.
Other products which are great for use at home and out n about include this flexi guardtravel gates which has it’s own carry bag for ease of travel, bed rails and more. Click here
* I was sent these products for the purpose of a review as part of my role on the Lindam Munchkins ambassador panel.
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