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Pack This! GoPod portable activity center for baby

by Shelly Rivoli

 

GoPod portable activity center for travel with baby

Just think how much more visiting you’ll be able to do this Thanksgiving at Grandma’s!

Ever have one of those, “Now why didn’t I think of that?” moments? I actually came pretty close to this once, while juggling a baby who constantly wanted to get down and crawl in the volcanic dirt of our camp site and put every pine cone and rock in sight in her mouth. I stared at a camp chair and, just for a moment, wondered if there might be some way to cut leg holes in it and fashion a make-shift exersaucer like the one she had been enjoying so much at home.

Before spoiling a perfectly good camp chair that will be too tall for your baby anyway, pack this: the portable GoPod baby activity center by KidCo. It weighs only 7 lbs, has four seating height positions, five toy loops, a cup holder, and packs into its own travel bag.

If you’ll be traveling to visit the grandparents or other relatives with your baby this season, it could seriously save your sanity during your stay, and possibly a few Christmas ornaments.

  • Age range: approximately 4 months to walking
  • Folded Dimensions: 6.5”W x 6.5”L x 29.5”H
  • Open Dimensions: 24”W x 24”L x 19.5”H (at its lowest seat level)

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Shelly Rivoli

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Kerrie @ Family Food and Travel September 18, 2012 - 11:53 am

Genius! Wow – that would have been amazing for my boys when they were younger.

Kerrie
http://familyfoodtravel.blogspot.ca

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