Keep Your Kids Safe And Comfortable With Seat Pets And Tummy Stuffers! #Review #Ad

*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Seat Pets and Tummy Stuffers.  All opinions are 100% mine.

    Whenever we are planning a road trip, we always take into consideration how we can keep our boys safe and comfortable in the backseat.  Let’s be honest, even the best behaved kids can get tired and frustrated during a long car ride and it is important to plan ahead to keep them happy.  You definitely don’t want to plan your next road trip without Seat Pets and Tummy Stuffers!

    My seven year old loves to play with his electronics in the car and he sometimes falls asleep while he is playing with them.  We love our Seat Pet Lincoln the Lion because my son is able to cuddle with him during road trips.  My husband and I especially love the fact that it he loves Lincoln so much that he is eager to strap on his seatbelt the moment he gets into the car.  It is a relief to know that his Seat Pet motivates him to be concerned about his safety.

    Aside from his safety, Lincoln helps my son to be comfortable because he can use it as a pillow when he falls asleep in the car.  Many times children will fall asleep in the backseat and their heads will lob forward as they are sleeping.  With Seat Pets, kids can rest their heads comfortably on their plush pals because they are attached to their seat belts.  There are seven different Seat Pets to choose from and they are all equally adorable!

    Tummy Stuffers are wonderful companions to Seat Pets because kids can pack all of their important road trip items right into them.  Their interior compartment or “Tummy” can hold a variety of things including blankets, stuffed animals, favorite toys, electronic devices, and even a change of clothing.  You can even keep it in different rooms of your home to hold your child’s toys and keep your house organized.  It’s amazing how much fits inside each Tummy Stuffer and you can choose between six darling characters!

    Make sure you check out the full selection of Seat Pets and Tummy Stuffers when you are planning your next road trip or family vacation.  My son now feels like he has his own little traveling buddies and we are glad that he is happy and comfortable in the car because it guarantees for a smoother ride for everybody!

 Product Review/Giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above from Seat Pets and Tummy Stuffers to test/review/giveaway in exchange for my opinion and for the purpose of writing this post. I only recommend products or services I use personally and I believe will be “family friendly.” I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  1. Daisy Tremorev says

    I absolutely must get this for my son. He always says that he needs a friend in the backseat when I am driving.

  2. This looks like a great way to keep kids comfortable during long road trips!

  3. Vanessa Aguirre says

    I just love this and my kids would absolutely love this too.Thanks for sharing I’ll be checking out the website.

  4. Crystal Threeprincesandaprince says

    These are so cute! I know my daughter would LOVE the Tummy Stuffer.

  5. I love these things and wish they had them when my kids were this age. My grand kids can enjoy them though!

  6. Frugal and Fun Mom says

    I think this is such a great innovation for kids. I know I could definitely use something like this for my 4 year old.

  7. What a great idea. I always hated the way the seat belts straps laid across my kids. This looks so much more comfortable and cuddly. My sons would have loved these.

  8. These Seat Pets have become an indispensable part of our long trips. Never leave home without them

  9. Nichole Brown says

    SeatPets are dangerous when connected to the seat belt. If you use them please do not cinnect them to the seat belt. Never use with a high back booster. Children under 5 shpuld ride in a harness seat, not a booster.

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