Best Travel Cot

Best Travel Cot for Children in 2014

The Best Travel Cot is handsdown the Joovy Foocot

When it comes to the best travel cot on the market for children, hands down it’s the Joovy Foocot. It is a great travel cot and supports up to 48″ tall or 75 pounds. That means that EliVe BraVe can still use it at 11 years old. It weighs a little over 6 pounds, so it’s easy enough for most children to move themselves.

Some important features to look for when selecting the best travel cot are weight, comfortability, sturdiness, portability, and how easy it is to clean. The Joovy Foocot is a parent’s dream cot and your child’s fave cot as well. Sleep training is essential and when children know where they will nap or sleep when they are not at home they sleep better. The flexibility and portability are amazing for us parents that are constantly on the go.

The Joovy Foocot travel cot is again very lightweight. Most travel cots weigh quite a bit and are bulky making it harder to set up. You can set up your child’s cot in the napping location and it’ll help make naptime so much easier. The great thing is that the Joovy Foocot folds completely down and you can put it back into the travel bag with a shoulder strap that is included in your purchase. If you buy it on Amazon.com it comes with the 100% cotton fitted sheet for merely $54.99 and free shipping. That’s a sweet deal. It is 100% Polyester and perfect for traveling, daycare, sleepovers, cruises, hotels, playing or camping. In fact, my fave celebrity makeup artist, Jamie Greenberg’s daughter, instantly said she was going camping with her Joovy Foocot in Blueberry. She even proceeded to take it outside and set up your campsite. 🙂 It has two storage pockets which are great for anything and everything. Best of all, it’s super easy to clean. Cleanliness is next to Godliness and that means it’s a win.

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