You may have noticed that I’ve been a little quiet on my social media and blog over the weekend. We packed the car up and headed 125miles West to spend the weekend with hubby’s family. It was one of his cousin’s 30th birthday and they were holding a birthday/house warming party. I had no service all weekend and only some wifi on the Sunday. It was actually really quite refreshing and the only reason I checked my phone was to see what the time was. The party was amazing. I haven’t experienced a true house party like this for a long time. It was lovely to be able to pass P3 to various members of hubby’s family and chat to people I’ve never met before. Something I’m usually very awkward about.
This also gave me the best opportunity to use the SnuzPod 3-in-1 bedside crib in its bassinet mode. Our house is very small and we don’t have the need to use it as a bassinet but going away this weekend meant we could try it out. We’ve been using the SnuzPod for five months now and it’s still in top condition despite the older two climbing in several hundred times when it’s not being used for P3.
The SnuzPod is extremely sturdy and safe to transport baby. There are two handles on either end. I’m quite small and I find it extremely heavy and bulky to lift unlike a standard Moses basket. I’m not sure I feel confident enough to transport P3 inside yet.
With P3 just turned 5 months old I’m worrying about how much time she’s got being so close to me. The SnuzPod has literally been our life saver this time round and I’m going to really miss it. I was asked by a friend the other day whether I’d recommend it as its quite a lot of money… I honestly using think I could sing its praises any louder. During our breastfeeding days the bedside mode was essential to a decent night sleep.
You can see all of my reviews for the SnuzPod below. It costs £169.99 alone.