I was also lucky enough to be sent a fantastic peg-board. This nifty bit of kit is a pen-holder, chalkboard, keeper of notes and life in general. But the thing I was most excited to road-test was not something to style or make the house look pretty.
I hate how big and clumsy traditional travel cots are and decided to look for an alternative. So after a lot of research, we bought a couple of Koodi pop up travel tent cots. What is the Bed in a Bag? This could be seen as a negative, depending on the size of car you drive.
Not ideal but it works. We can cope with them at the size they are. You can get a better idea of scale, seeing the Bed in a Bag next to the car The Bed in a Bag, next to my little assistant! I love the fact that they stash away in their own bag. The Bed in a Bag, as a whole, could definitely be rolled up — and contained — a little smaller than the current bag design allows — maybe velcro tabs to keep the rolled mattress in place.
The other thing that could be improved is the fastening on the bag. Trying to hold the cord tight — and tie a knot — is tricky.
The Bed in a Bag The fastening Looking a little bit worse for wear Once unrolled the beds are fairly large. When the twins were babies, we took their pop-up-tents everywhere and sleeping arrangements were never a problem, when we were away from home.
They have been a godsend already.
The Bed in a Bags have meant that our family of four can stay away from home, in all sorts of places, without the need for separate beds for the children. Caro Davies Caro Davies art directed fashion and interiors before leaving the world of design to pursue a career in social media.
Some parents prefer not to use any sheets or blankets. Even though I live in London, I like its size as I can see myself using it until my baby is 6 months old.
She can now be found chasing the light — and two small twin boys. Twitter Facebook More posts you may like.
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