Sleeping in the car, just became WAY more amazing!! {{Giveaway}} #SlumberSling

You’ve got everyone all packed into the “family mobile” and you’re off on your next journey to wherever…

Errand running, out and about for the day around town, or the epic road trip that will more than likely consist of multiple stops for potty breaks, snack attacks, the retrieving of “misplaced” toys, shoes, binkies or blankies, or, changing the DVD for the gazzillionth time.

Hopefully this will include an interlude of quietness from the backseat when the mites drift off into a nice slumber, so Mum and Dad can have a moments peace or, Heaven forbid, listen to some grown-up tunage!

I honestly don’t know how kids can sleep so soundly hunched over in their car seats!¬†Necks craned over and heads rolling around at every curve. Clearly, their made of rubber!

Enter Slumber Sling!

Sleepy Dude

These fantastic straps to help keep your kiddos heads in the “upright and locked position” during those unexpected slumber sessions that can sneak up on them. They come in several cute designs, fit around car seats and are suitable for the bigger kids too. I think that for our next road trip, I might use one for myself too so I don’t end up with a sore neck myself!

Slumber Sling has passed safety requirements in a professional crash test. It is hand made from organic cotton in the USA. Click here to purchase yours today.

Slumber Sling

{{GIVEAWAY!!!!}}

Ash & Alys Babes has given Raincity Parent one of their fantastic Slumber Slings to giveaway to one lucky reader!!!

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Enter via the Rafflecopter link below. Contest open to Canadian residents only, excluding Quebec.

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The Drop Zone Vancouver, Wednesday, September 9th, 2015. #EasterSeals

Are you ready to conquer your fear of heights while raising money benefitting the Easter Seals?!

The Drop Zone

Be sure to head downtown this Wednesday to The Drop Zone, and join some fellow Vancouverites as they strap in and rappel down a 20-storey office tower to raise funds towards the Easter Seals.

The Drop Zone

To register, please visit www.thedropzone.ca/vancouver

Cost: $50

Location: 999 West Hastings St, Vancouver

Time: 8am – 5pm

Easter Seals Drop Zone

About Easter Seals:

The Easter Seal buses began in 1947 and were established to transport children with disabilities to school. From there, they were used to transport children to hospitals, schools, treatment centres and community recreational facilities. Now, there is housing and camps available to serve children with disabilities as well as the well-known Timmy’s Christmas Telethon.

With generous donations and fundraising, the Easter Seals have helped many families of children with disabilities and helped give these children, abilities.

Easter Seals British Columbia Lions Society For Children With Disabilities