You guys, I am so happy to report that this product actually lives up to the hype I built. It might even better than I thought it would be! We were lucky enough to be sent two bed boxes from Jet Kids for my older kiddos and they were SO excited to take them on our trip to Austin. We usually get comments on our Orbit stroller that boasts two super rad skateboards but this time we got constant comments on their little suitcases they were riding around! And when we told them that they also turn into a bed on the plane?! Their minds about exploded. A couple of older men said they wish they had one for themselves!
There was a tiny bit of a learning curve for our kids scooting around the airport but that’s to be expected. The floors were a little more slick than our floors at home but they quickly adjusted and were zipping around easily soon enough. I love the sense of independence it gives kids to pull around their own suitcase. They feel like they’re contributing to the family which always makes them feel good!
Having the bedbox on the plane was amazing for the kids to stretch out their legs, keep their stuffed animals close, and keep their snacks all in one, convenient space. Usually they find it hard to get comfortable on the airplane but being able to stretch their legs helped a lot. And you guys, if you travel a lot with a baby, this would be a d-r-e-a-m. Being able to lay down a sleeping baby or even set one in a seat without having to worry about them jumping off, such a peace of mind! If you get it early on with a baby, you would be getting your money back a hundred fold with the years of use you’d get out of it, trust me!
I would definitely recommend getting one for your kiddos. It’s a really quality product (and a 3-in-1) so even though the price tag might be a little more than you’d typically spend, this is an item you will be passing down from kid to kid. You can buy a bed box of youre own here and they also have a list of retailers on their website!
This post was sponsored by Jet Kids but as always, every word is my own.