When traveling with small children, quality of nighttime sleep can make or break having an enjoyable vacation. Most children who sleep well at home struggle to sleep in hotel rooms, which leaves parents feeling sleep deprived and frustrated.
This was true for Katy Mallory, who used homemade solutions to create a visual barrier between her and her baby while traveling. These were a pain to set up, and she found them lacking in safety and privacy. That’s why she, along with her mother Lou Childs, created SlumberPod. It is tall enough for a toddler to stand inside, and packs down small enough to fit in carry-on luggage. Most importantly, it provides a safe, easy and portable solution to make vacations more restful and fun for everyone.
Sponsored by SlumberPod