Why we love DinePod By KidCo + Giveaway
DinePod by KidCo Review
The DinePod is a foldable high chair without an eating tray. It allows us to have the baby with us at the table to share meal time and family fun adventures.
We loved how light weight (5 lbs.) and portable it was. Being 100% polyester made it super easy to wipe clean, cleaning off mud and sand we got all over it. DinePod is for ages sitting to 3 years of age or up to approximately 30 pounds; which, is awesome for me since I have two kids 22 months apart and can use it for both of them.
Explore and Play!
As an Adventure Mom sometimes going outdoors with a baby can be a bit of a nightmare with the elements (snow, sand, dirt, river, bugs, pokey things). Sometimes I’d skip out on family time outdoors because it was such a challenge trying to keep the baby safe from eating dirt, sticks, bugs, or crawling toward the river it often didn’t seem worth the grief. With a crawling 10 month old the DinePod made it less stress and mess.
Where we’ve used it…so far
First, I used it when I was unexpectedly watching 7 neighbor kids (2 of which were babies), plus my own 3 kids, it was so nice to have an extra high chair stored in the closet to pull-out and keep those creepy crawlers safely buckled and contained while I made lunch for all the other minions.
Next, we went snow shoeing and carried the DinePod with us. We had packed picnic for the top of the trail. Not wanting our little miss to freeze sitting in the snow while we ate and sled it was awesome to have her sitting safely and happily.
During our southern Utah trip we used the DinePod on several hikes, fishing, at the sand dunes, and the beach. It was seriously so nice to have our baby able to watch us a few feet away. I could participate in the activities instead of holding her or stressing about what she was climbing on or eating. Knowing she was safe made our experiences so much happier and stress-free.
Perhaps it was just me, but it was a bit of effort to get the DinePod to close. It wasn’t hard, but took some force; which is not fun when holding a wiggly child in your arms.
Also, I would have liked to have had two straps directly on the DinePod, not just the outer cover. I don’t know about you, but I’m lazy and caring for a case is just one more thing to think about. I’d love to see it have straps for attaching to my hiking pack or putting it on like a backpack so it’s not sliding down my arm as I juggle everything else I’m carrying.
I definitely like and recommend the DinePod!
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