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SeatPets are Fun

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Apparently Mister and Sister have started paying attention to television commercials.  We were visiting my Aunt’s house one day, where they watched a show on one of the kiddie channels.  As we drove home, they kept asking if they could get SeatPets and Tummy Stuffers.  At the moment, I had NO idea what they were talking about.  Fortunately, I received a review opportunity within the same week!

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SeatPets and Tummy Stuffers are two of the latest products from Jay@Play, creators of the award-winning Happy Nappers and CuddleUppets.

SeatPets are plush pillows with a seat belt attachment.  They have compartments to stow small items such as snacks, a drink bottle, and small toys.  They have a large head that doubles as a pillow to support your child’s neck and head should napping occur.

Tummy Stuffers are essentially plush animal hampers, that children can stuff with their own belonging such as clothing, toys, and top secret personal treasures.

SeatPets are super cute and come in seven designs, which are Lincoln the Lion, Mercedes the Cat, Yukon the Cow, Love Bug the Lady Bug, Malibu the Monkey, Bentley the Dog, and Edsel the Monster.

We received Mercedes the Cat and Bentley the Dog for review. As you can see, the kids were thrilled!

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I quickly learned that Mister and Sister think SeatPets are fun even if Mommy won’t let you fasten them onto the seat belt!  I wouldn’t allow them to attach the SeatPets to their seatbelts because they are both in high back booster carseats, and it isn’t safe to attach anything to the seatbelt with the type of carseat they have.  Not to mention I wouldn’t want to void the warranty of their carseats! Fortunately, not fastening them onto the seatbelt did not void their fun factor.

SeatPets Pillows

SeatPets make great pillows for naptime, or anytime, indoors as well.  The SeatPets also have a cool strap that you can use to make it into a backpack of sorts.  Mister and Sister are excited to put the SeatPets to the road test when we vacation later in the year.

SeatPets retail for $19.99 each (+s/h), but there is currently a discount promotion if you order more than one.  Learn more about SeatPets on Facebook and follow SeatPets on Twitter.

***Product samples received to facilitate this review.  All opinions are my own.***

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

Comments

  1. Courtney says:

    I would not allow them to be fastened to our seat belts either. However, I know that Big Sis would LOVE one and I bet Little Man would also! They’d be great to take with us so when the kids get tired they can rest their head on a pillow instead of it flopping down. That always looks so uncomfortable! This fun buddy would really help! I think we’ll have to look into getting a couple! Thanks for sharing!! 🙂

  2. christina moore says:

    My granddaughter would love this, I would not allow them to be fastened to the seat belt.

  3. Lauren Powell says:

    The idea of these ate cute but I think they are more of a hazard.

  4. THese look fun and cozy! My daughter would love them, she is often in the car for nap time! But she is still in a 5 point harness carseat.