This post is sponsored by DockATot. The items mentioned in this post were sent to me in exchange for my honest review.
Our little one is now four months old and is constantly trying to show us just how independent she can be.
Although we moved her from her bassinet to our bed two months ago, we decided to keep it on the first floor. We used it for naps during the day.
Honestly, I wasn’t a fan of bringing it up and down the stairs. I always imagined someone would fall down the stairs headfirst every morning.
Fortunately, this never happened.
Last month, we thought it was time to make the transition from the bassinet to something more stable and easy to use around our home.
Docking Your Tot
I had seen DockATot loungers on my Instagram feed for years, but I never thought to use it because I imagined it was like any lounger.
I was wrong.
What I like most about DockATot is how it gives your little one the freedom to move around without feeling constrained. There are two different sizes for your growing child, ranging in ages 0-36 months.
We were fortunate to review the DockATot Deluxe+ (0-8) and DockATot Grand (9-36 months).
Made from breathable materials, the Scandinavian multifunctional dock is lightweight and portable. They come with removable and washable covers. The Deluxe+ style is compatible with the
Our two-year-old son likes taking naps on the DockATot Grand. Oftentimes we catch him and his older brother pretending it’s a boat.
It’s interesting to hear about the adventures they go on inside their minds.
We’re glad we’ve added DockATot as part of our baby items. By using DockATot, I no longer have to rush upstairs to put our daughter on the bed and turn on the monitor.
We now lay her on our one-seater and watch her from within arm’s reach. Oftentimes we find her awake and playing with her fleece.