If you could have an expert team pick out the ideal travel toys for your child for traveling by air or car, wouldn'??t going on vacation be more fun? TravelKiddy is just that. With travel kits packed with mini toys and crafts to occupy the smallest baby to the most active kid, you can go on vacation and, actually, relax.
TravelKiddy'??s activity kits are tested by kids and parents for safety and fun. From stickers, coloring books, plastic animals to stuffed animals, they know exactly what amuses kids. Choose a TravelKiddy that corresponds with your child'??s age or one of the other activity kits like the BusyKiddy, designed for keeping kids happy in restaurants.
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The miniKiddy ($9.95) is a small pack of toys to keep in your purse for emergencies and their very popular ToddlerKiddy (yes, you guessed it!) is travel toys for toddlers and we know how important toys are to them! Is your sanity worth $44.95? The answer is yes. Take a look at all the travel kits at TravelKiddy and read their travel blog for tips on traveling with kids. Traveling with kids and babies is tough and I know I could use a little help from the experts at TravelKiddy.
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