I promised you that I would tell you about my trip to Amish Country this week, but due to the fact that I was unable to take my camera on the trip, I don’t really have pictures to share. So, until Daddy Head’s Gram gets back with her camera so I can snag some pictures, I thought I would tell you about something great that turned into a lifesaver on that trip.
The Drop-It-Not was a my extra set of hands while I was on my last two vacations. This precious little tether was invented by Martha in order to make for safer travels for parents. Here is what her website says:
Martha invented the Drop-It-Not out of pure frustration, when driving her beautiful 1 year old grandniece to the aquarium. Sara, continuously dropped her toy and/or bottle on the floor. Stressing about hearing her cry, Martha would take her seat belt off and turn her head to see where the toy was. She would then have to reach down to retrieve the toy and give it to Sara.
After picking up her toy and bottle several times, Martha started thinking of the danger of driving and taking your eyes off the road. She thought about how many mothers put themselves and their kids in harms way every day. So, she decided she’d had enough. She needed to do something about it. She had to find the solution to this problem.
The solution…… The DROP-IT-NOT. When hung on the seat belt of the car seat it will hold your baby’s things next to your child preventing them from going on the floor. The Drop-It-Not holds 2 items and is very easy to attach and detach. Kids love the colorful monkey.
I used my Drop-It-Not on our stroller to hold toys for Lion. He is in that stage of dropping everything to see where it went and I, honestly, was tired of cleaning toys. The Drop-It-Not became my instant go to helper.
The velcro that holds the toys on was super sturdy and no matter what Lion did with his toys, they didn’t hit the ground! Score.
I totally recommend the Drop-It-Not to mommies out there and plan to suggest one to my sister-in-law after she has her baby. I think that every mom should have one.
Disclaimer: I was provided with a Drop-It-Not free of charge to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% my own and I received no money in exchange for this review!