The Summer Infant Pop ‘n Play Portable Playard has truly changed the way my family handles the outdoors. Caleb is mobile, fast, wild, and an 18-month-old boy. So, what can I expect from him, right? Well, the truth of the matter is sometimes I need to have him in one place so I can deal with another child. If I am in the front of my house, I don’t want to be worried about him running into the street. If I am at the beach, I don’t want to worry about him running into the water. I need a way to control my setting. The Summer Infant Pop ‘n Play Portable Playard has been doing JUST that for me and more.
Summer Infant Pop n Play Portable Playard
The Summer Infant Pop ‘n Play Portable Playard is amazing, folks. Natalie wanted me to draw hopscotch for her but I knew I couldn’t just leave Caleb in the hands of my two kids while in our front yard. I mean… I trust them, but we live on a VERY busy street. One tiny mistake could result in devastating consequences. While I am not saying that this playard could ever replace me, I am saying that it gives a mom a minute or two to have a free hand.
I whipped open my Summer Infant Pop ‘n Play Portable Playard and popped Caleb inside until I was done. He played ball with Liam and kept himself occupied while I showed off my artistic abilities. We LOVE taking this playard to the beach because it is travel-ready. It literally can be put together and taken down in seconds.
You can fit several children in the Summer Infant Pop ‘n Play Portable Playard at once which means your friends will LOVE YOU! Mind you – I only had Caleb in for a few moments so I didn’t completely set it up with the straps – widening it out like the above photo. But if you look at the shot above, you can see how it should look once you click everything through.
Beach trips, backyard fun, a way to buy yourself a few extra minutes of time to take care of your other children while knowing your littlest is not going to run off — everyone needs one of these.
Retails for $79.99.
And here’s one more of my leprechaun … because I just can’t help it.