Imagine this, you are 10 minutes into your flight, your husband is hurting from a recent car accident where he was rear ended at 40 mph, your two year old is jumping up and down on her seat and your 4 month old baby is making it so you have no spare arm to help your hurting husband with anything. Well this was my recent experience on our 5+ hour flight from Georgia to Seattle. I was going to go insane. My infant loves nothing more than to have my full attention and to be held by me 100% of the time but with a 2 year old to watch after also that is not something I can do and it was not something I was wanting to put my husband through during this long flight so I was glad we had the Flyebaby to give us at least 10 minutes during the flight where we both could have both hands free in order keep our two year old under control while also keeping our 4 month old happy.
The Flyebaby is a genius product.
It is “a hammock type seat”. The straps have colored labels on them so that securing it is quick and easy, we even forgot the instructions at home and didn’t realize until we were in the air without wifi and we were still able to secure it to the tray in front of us.
My son loved being in the Flyebaby.
It was so easy to install, it gave us both of our hands free and our son was able to see us so he didn’t freak out when he realized that we weren’t actually holding him. I even think he liked being a little independent, for at least a few minutes. For a baby who is small enough to still fit in the Flyebaby while on a plane, there is a line that marks the height cut off, and is starting to eat baby food this would be a great way to be able to feed your baby without making a huge mess.
However it is only recommended to use during the cruise portions of the plane ride.
It also can be attached to a dining chair and be used as a make shift high chair.
This is great for when you are visiting family who does not have a high chair or when you go to a restaurant. Again it was really easy to attach it to the chair. My son in this picture was a little too small at the time for this type of use of the product but it would work great now that he can sit up by his self. The restraints are very secure and it looks very comfortable even though he couldn’t sit up on his own yet.
I also love how the Flyebaby fits perfectly in this tiny little pouch so it can be packed away without taking up your whole bag.
I love this product and even though I don’t have any small babies for plane use right now I am looking forward to being able to let friends borrow the product for their plane rides with babies and if any of you have a trip coming up you’re in luck because Flyebaby is having I Love My Kids host a giveaway for you to win your very own Flyebaby.
To enter the giveaway fill out at least one of the entries in the rafflecopter below and is open to those who are 18+ and in the US only. The giveaway ends 9/18 at 12:00 am and the winner will be contacted by email and will have 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!
Congrats to our winner Wendy Pierson! Wendy, you have been emailed and have 24 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen!
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*I received samples of the products mentioned above for free to facilitate this post. All opinions are mine.
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