Now that Mason is more cognizant of his surroundings and reaching out to play, it will be nice to take him to the park and outdoors where Kenzie loves to play. Kenzie likes to tote around toys and they end up everywhere! I imagine Mason will too once he becomes attached to certain ones. Until then, I will be toting around many different ones to keep him entertained. Therefore, I was excited to try the Toy Nanny from 2 Red Hens in the beautiful Peacock Mum print.
The Toy Nanny creates a soft and clean surface for your baby to play on whatever the surrounding. The inside surface is velour and there are 8 mesh pockets on the outer perimeter with a velcro closure. This is great to organize small toys as well as keeping multi-piece toys together.
The water resistant backing keeps spills from passing through and a favorite feature of mine - machine washable! Yes you read it correctly, when the toy nanny gets soiled just toss it into the machine to clean. I intend on taking this to the park starting with the Easter Egg Hunt for Mason to chill on while Kenzie runs after eggs. This mat is also great for diaper changes :) I will also tote this along to the beach this summer as well as on our vacations (hopefully Maui soon!). I'm sure during those many trips, the toy nanny will pick up some grime and I will happily toss it into the machine to wash.
When Mason is done playing, cleaning up is literally a cinch. Pull on the straps and in an instant, the toy nanny becomes a tote for easy transport. The strap is long and can easily be carried over the shoulder or even crossbody style.
2 Red Hens also offers beautiful diaper bags, shopping cart covers, snack bags and more. They are innovative and functional designed with amazing vintage inspired fabrics and prints.
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