Traveling with children isn’t a walk in the park. Lucky for me, my boys have been traveling for a good part of their lives and are decent travelers. Since L was about 2, he was carrying something of his own when we traveled. It gave him great pride to have something that was his, that could be filled with his things. I think this was a start of instilling responsibility in him.
Now that H is almost two, and he will be 2 when we fly across the country next, he will also have to carry something of his own.
When I came across the Wildkin luggage, I knew it was perfect for our family.
I partnered up with Wildkin to share with you about their luggage for children, and oh my goodness it couldn’t be cuter!
We received two pieces of luggage, a rolling suitcase and a duffle bag.
The Roller Bag:
This bag is lightweight and the wheels roll nicely. Either child (4.5/2) would be able to successfully use this bag. We plan on using this as a carry-on. The bag also comes with a strap that you can attach to the back to carry as a one shoulder bag and there is a loop that you could use to connect to a larger bag.
The Roller Bag also has a water bottle holder and a front pocket. L is already planning on what snacks and books he can pack in there!
The Duffle Bag:
It is so cute seeing L holding the duffle bag! He fell in love with the bag instantly! The bag has a padded shoulder strap and a small front zip pocket. Perfect for a weekend getaway or toys, books, and snacks!
Both bags are wipeable and should only be cleaned with a cloth. Make sure to let them dry complete before closing them up!
Whether the boys are flying to Revvie and PopPop’s or driving down the street to Gert and Papa’s, these bags are perfect! The boys know that these bags will be used for special times and are excited to use them ASAP! I know these Wildkin bags will be with us for a while! Oh and did I mention how many fun patterns they have?! You have to check them out! Wildkin Luggage
Disclosure: I received these bags from Wildkin and this review is my honest opinion about the luggage. This post is sponsored by Wildkin.