Looking for the perfect gift for a fellow travel addict who has a baby? Here’s the best baby travel gear…
♥ Nuna SENA Travel Cot, £150
A travelling mama needs a travel cot for their little one. The stylish Nuna SENA travel cot is a very chic piece of equipment (full review coming soon). It comes from a Dutch designed family of gear and folds with just one hand, making it ideal for those on the go.
♥ Teething Necklace, £20
This stylish necklace looks like any other, but it’s not. It’s actually a distraction for little ones. If you’ve held a baby before you’ll know how much they like to grab, pull and bite necklaces, especially pretty, expensive ones. These necklaces are made as teething tools for little mouths. They can bite, chew and suck them whilst you’re battling through that check-in queue. Nova loves having a nibble on my one. If you need further persuasion, they also come in the most adorable packaging.
♥ Doona, £200
The Doona is an innovative, compact car seat/stroller that means you don’t need to bother with a hefty travel system. It’s ideal for travel lovers as it means you can seamlessly travel from car to plane to street without lugging tonnes of equipment. In essence, think of it as a car seat with wheels. It’s won loads of awards and is super safe.
♥ Muslins, £29.95
These muslins look super stylish, but they’re also super soft (perfect for babies) and huge. They can double up as a swaddle for colder destinations, sunshade for trips to the beach, a sarong for mummy. Basically they’re a great all-rounder for trips both near and far.
♥ Kokeshi Doll, £35
These wooden dolls might not be practical, but they’re the perfect accessory for a travel-inspired nursery. There are loads of different characters to choose from, but the Amelia Kokeshi Doll seems fitting for a travel-lover. It’s inspired by the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. If you’re feeling creative you can even design your own one.
♥ Tiba + Marl Changing Bag, £115 – £120
Tiba + Marl make super cool changing bags. Forget frumpy, boring ones. These are stylish bags that you’d probably want to use even if you didn’t have a need to lug nappies about. The whole collection is gorgeous, but the Elwood Backpack Floral and the James Satchel score top marks.
If you want to spend a little less, this unisex changing bag is ideal for travel-lovers. With the clever straps it can switch from a satchel to a chic backpack. It also has two smaller bags that you can use for your nappy stuff or feeding gear, so rather than lugging the whole bag to the loo you can just whip the smaller bag out.
I’ll take the lot! What about you? X