On a recent trip to my mother and father in law's lake home, Brad and I decided to take the kids and our chihuahua Nico on a walk down to the lake. It was late spring and the weather was absolutely perfect.
I grabbed my new JJ Cole Heathered Backpack and packed it with a few of the kid's favorite snacks - chips, pretzels, fresh pineapple, some apple juice and we took a short but beautiful walk through the woods. The kids absolutely loved exploring. Jack took the lead and Dylan pointed and awed at everything he saw!
Once we got close to the water, the boys picked their favorite spot and we laid out our Blue Iris Outdoor Blanket. This generously sized blanket features a water-resistant outer fabric that is easy to clean -- and I discovered this quickly since Dylan decided remove the straw from his drink and dump it all over the blanket. The blanket also features detachable straps for easy carrying. It folds into a handy messenger bag, and it's the ideal size to keep in your car. This versatile blanket can be used year round at the beach, park, campsite and when the temperatures start to drop, you can bring it inside to an indoor play area.
Let me tell you a little bit more about my new backpack diaper bag. I've been looking for the perfect style for a while. With 3 kids, I not only needed one that was big enough to pack things for all of them but I also needed one that was light weight and easy to carry.
With three carrying options and multiple pockets, the JJ Cole Backpack is not only super stylish,
but fully functional.
It can be worn as backpack or messenger bag, it can also be attached to a stroller with the included no-slip Grips. It features an spacious interior and zipper front pockets for easy access to keys, cell phone, and pacifiers plus it also includes an easy to clean changing pad. #jjcolespringstyle
Disclosure: This post is written in collaboration with JJ Cole who provided samples. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.