With children comes ‘stuff’, sooooo much ‘stuff’!! From the moment you become a parent you never leave the house with them and empty hands. Some days when I go out, I feel like I’m going on holiday not just having a fun day out with the children. Unless you want to spend out on refreshments you need to take drinks and snacks. If you live in the UK you need to be prepared for all weather eventualities which means hats and lotion for sunshine, hoodies, rain macs and umbrellas for rain. Then there’s the teddies that they can’t leave the house without BUT they don’t want to carry. A changing bag only holds so much and I don’t know about anyone else but I get fed up of delving into my bag every five minutes as one of the tiddlers decides “I want my drink” or “I don’t want my drink”.
The Buggy Buddy is the PERFECT accessory for days out and about with the buggy. It attaches to the handlebars easily with the velcro straps and has a bottle holder at each end, a zipper pocket in the middle and a large space to store anything you heart (or your children) desires. I have been using my Buggy Buddy for a few weeks now and I don’t know what I did without it. It always has a drinks bottle in for each of the tiddlers and the middle has been home to all manner of things from fir cones, sticks and stones, to teddies, digital camera, baby rattles and children’s caps.
On the school run I have loved the Buggy Buddy for storing my mobile phone and car keys because I rarely take my changing back with me but then end up having to hold the keys and phone or attempting to slot them down the side of Jelly Bean’s car seat – that was fine until he decided to start pinching them and dropping them on the floor!!!
Until I had been sent the Buggy Buddy I had never heard of Diono before but when I checked out their website I saw they have some really cool products which would be great for holidays and travel, they have it all covered!
DISCLAIMER: We were sent the Buggy Buddy free of charge to review for the purpose of this post. All words and opinions are my own and may not be copied without my permission.