Aurora World Travel Products for Kids: #Review

Thursday, June 02, 2011 Posted by Dina N

Many families with kids go on trips in the summer months. Mine is no exception. If there is one thing I've learned while on the go with my children - apart from expecting the unexpected - is that my kids' comfort makes all the difference.  When a tiny traveler is uncomfortable, no one can enjoy even the best vacation.

This year, Aurora World Inc. is helping parents get ready for summer travel. The company, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, has introduced a new collection, aptly called "Are We There Yet". The line includes plush accessories based on one of the company’s top selling characters, Cheeky Charlie™. The collection features Cheeky and his jungle buddies as plush toys, backpacks, neck rests and even “My Name Is” ID tags.

I received an adorable Keep Me Comfy neck rest and an ID tag. The neck rest is 10" long and recommended for children over 18 months. My kids fell in love with the soft giraffe that supports their heads and necks just right and doubles up as a huggable toy. They decided Gerome was not the best name for that giraffe and we had to call it Jiffy. We have not been on vacation with Jiffy yet but he is very popular during pretend road trips around the house. My daughter naps like a pro in the car but airplanes are a different experience altogether - and not in a good way. The neck rest will certainly help make her more comfortable.

We also got a shark ID tag. It's very cute and comes with a carabiner that can attach it to a backpack, infant carrier or a stroller. My kids liked it but said it was for boys because it was blue. I explained that blue used to be a girl color a hundred years ago; still, my daughter said she'd stick with pink. It's her favorite color, after all.

Aurora World travel products for kids can be found at the company's online store as well as on Amazon.

Disclaimer / Disclosure: I received samples for free. No compensation was provided for this post.
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