By joanneruth, on September 7,2015
Choosing A Travel Cot
As we’re going to be traveling by train from one end of the UK to the other to visit my sister for a week, a standard travel cot just wasn’t going to work for us. We needed something that was going to be lightweight and portable but also comfortable enough for Isaac to sleep in for 3 weeks. “We ended up opting for the Lulyboo baby lounge to-go.” There were a lot of great options out there but I liked this one as it had a comfortable looking base, it’s very portable (it folds into a back pack), it works as a crib, bassinet, playpen, changing station and activity mat, and at $50 the price was right. We purchased ours from Babies R Us. Isaac seems to have taken to it really well. We’ve tried it out a few times at home and he’s slept soundly in it, and he seems to enjoys the activity bar.