BubbleBum Travel Booster
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by in Giveaway, Parenting


As a parent I know that when travelling it can be a bit of a pain to lug the car seat around with us. The BubbleBum, a booster seat that is designed as a cost-effective, lightweight safety device, is perfect for on-the-go families because it deflates and folds flat for easy transport in backpacks, purses or luggage.

The purpose of a booster seat is to provide elevation to a child so the shoulder belt rests appropriately on the shoulder blade and does not ride up the child’s neck. It also provides “hips” that the seat belt can rest securely across and remain on the large bones of the child instead of resting across the soft tissue of the abdomen.

Recently chosen as one of the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety‘s top-rated boosters, the BubbleBum meets all the US Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards for children ages 4 – 11 (33 – 80 lbs).

What is truly innovative with BubbleBum is that through the use of inflatable technology, parents can keep their kids safer on every journey, solving the issues of inconvenience that most parents and carers face daily.   Plus, the use of memory foam technology creates stability and structural integrity in the seat with side positioners to correctly position the lapbelt.

Weighing in at about 1lbs, the BubbleBum is highly portable and ideal for families that have to do a lot of vehicle hopping, i.e. holidays, rental cars, taxis, bus travel, school trips and car pooling.

WIN IT!! BubbleBum is offering one (1) Growing Your Baby reader the opportunity to win a BubbleBum of their own.

Congratulations to our winner: Kellie

 

 





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Tanya is the mother of a handsome little boy. She hopes to inspire her children to lead a life filled with happiness, giggles, gratitude, joy and giving. Her favorite quote is: "Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body. ~Elizabeth Stone"

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  1. Shannon Baas says:

    Make sure you take some treats along.

  2. Kellyn says:

    take snacks and stretch breaks!

  3. Kellyn says:

    following on FB as well

  4. Stacy says:

    When I was a kid I packed all of my outfits in individual gallon size bags so it was easy to find an outfit for the day… I plan on doing this for my kids as well!

  5. Linda says:

    Make sure you pack some snacks and books and things for the little ones to keep busy

  6. Aura says:

    If taking a change of clothing for your child, take one for yourself too, kids tend to share the dirt

  7. Aura says:

    facebook follower

  8. Aura says:

    twitter follower @aahaft

  9. liz says:

    Baby wipes in a zip lock baggie in your purse, super handy and you don’t have to carry around a big wipe container.

  10. Kathy Nguyen says:

    Store little baggies in the wipe case for easy clean up.
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  11. Kathy Nguyen says:

    I follow you on twitter.
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  12. Kathy Nguyen says:

    I am a fan of your Facebook page.
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  13. Kristi Blackstone says:

    My travel tip is always carry a small trash bag of some sort to avoid littering!

  14. Kristi Blackstone says:

    I follow you on Twitter @missblissfulbee

  15. Kristi Blackstone says:

    I like you on Fb as Blissful Bee Blogging

  16. Julie says:

    Fruit roll ups for chewing to help w air pressure on ears!

  17. Julie says:

    FOllow you on twitter

  18. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    I always take any pjs and such we will need in a hotel in one duffel bag. Then we do not need to unload all the suitcases just the overnight one.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  19. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    ‘like’ Growing Your Baby on Facebook
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  20. Charlene says:

    A must is entertainment and knowledge of the nearest restrooms – change of clothes. Plus, lots of antibacterial wipes,baby wipes & trash bags – for those sticky moments. :-)

  21. Jen says:

    I keep an arsenal of snacks in my car at all times, its shuts everyone up lol.

  22. Jen says:

    I twitter follow you

    JLLERAS

  23. Cari says:

    Pack a few new (cheap!) toys, books, craft supplies, etc. in a bag. When the kids start to get bored during travel time, present them with a brand new colouring book (for example) and buy yourself some more happy time!

  24. Kristi C says:

    My travel tip is to keep a small cooler with drinks and snacks on hand.

  25. Anna S. says:

    Bring lots of snacks, books, and maybe a new toy to keep the kids entertained.

  26. Jill Myrick says:

    Before traveling I always fix each of my children a tote. Inside it might contain a blanket, small pillow, favorite toy or game, books, snacks and juice box.

    This way everyone feels better having something familiar that they love with them. Which makes the trip much more pleasant for everyone.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  27. Jill Myrick says:

    I am following via Twitter as jlsc123.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  28. Jill Myrick says:

    I am a fan via Facebook as Jill Myrick.

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  29. Shannon Herrington says:

    The best travel tips are to keep interactive activities readily available. Lots of stretch and bathroom breaks. And no sugar! Thanks for the giveaway

  30. Kellie Conklin says:

    My travel tip is to always leave some space in your suitcase for the way back! I’m always trying to find extra space for everyone’s things that seem to grow! Also, try to find if a washer dryer will be available nearby…it saves on the amount of things that needs to be brought! Thanks for the giveaway, this booster looks awesome!
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  31. Pauline M says:

    If it’s a long trip, I say travel at night so your kids can sleep while you get there.

  32. Pauline M says:

    twitter follower (pauline15)

  33. Pauline M says:

    I’m a facebook fan (pauline1501)

  34. susan smoaks says:

    when we travel we stop and play at parks along the way to get some energy out

  35. kathy pease says:

    i always bring my ipod so the kids can listen to music or watch movies

  36. kathy pease says:

    like you on facebook kathy pease
    kathypease(at)gmail(dot)com

  37. Gianna says:

    Bring a backpack full of books, toys, games and videos to keep the kids entertained.

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