Travelling with Baby Bjorn

This past week we went glamping at a lovely cabin in Glacier, Washington. In the past we have always lugged around a heavy pack n play that wasn’t the easiest to set up. Recently we received the Baby Bjorn Travel Crib Light in a lovely shade of blue from the new Watercolour Collection. This is the first play pen I have seen that actually will look stylish set up in your home with its sleek + modern design. The entire fabric cover on the travel crib is removable for washing so no need to spot clean..this is great for babies who suck on the edges and when spitting up occurs. There is a see through mesh surrounding the whole crib so no matter where I am standing I can take a peek at Macy while she is sleeping. I found it very easy to set up: open the bag, take out the travel crib and set it up in one simple movement.The legs unfold automatically and once you have put the mattress in you have a stable travel crib to use at home or when travelling. Watch this video clip to see how easy it is. It is a great for piece of mind that the textiles are free from health-hazardous substances and allergens…no one wants their baby chewing and sleeping on anything harmful. One downside would be that there is no bassinet feature. We love our travel crib and Macy did too, she slept comfortably on the Baby Bjorn organic cotton sheet and even likes playing in the travel crib during the day. Mamas can also order one from West Coast Kids or Snugglebugz. IMG_6916IMG_6918IMG_6917IMG_6920IMG_6922IMG_6927IMG_6931IMG_6936

Thanks to Baby Bjorn for sponsoring this post! All opinions are honest and my own.

xo/danielle

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