Every morning when my big kids head to the bus stop, my 2-year-old little guy insists on joining them. One day (way too soon), he will be getting on the bus, too. But for now, he is happy heading out there with his very own bag–the preschool rolling luggage from Wildkin.
Sometimes it’s empty, sometimes it’s packed with some special toys, but he must take it with him. And why would he not want to? This Wildkin rolling luggage is perfect for him to wheel around all by himself. He feels like a big kid with his own bag but the size and pattern is more suited to the preschool set. I know I’m a bit biased, but how cute is he waiting for the bus?
My son struts around with the Olive Kids Under Construction pattern–a bright yellow print with trucks, bulldozers, diggers, cranes and more construction vehicles. This pattern is perfect for my truck and tractor-loving buddy. Not your style? Not to worry–Wildkin rolling luggage comes in seven different patterns from mermaids and horses to dinosaurs and wild animals.
Not only is the rolling luggage fun for around the house, but it’s also perfect for the travelling tot. This luggage was designed with travel in mind. The main compartment of the bag is surprisingly spacious. The mesh water bottle holder on the side is tall enough that the water bottle stays put (I find that it constantly falls out of so many backpacks) and there is a separate front pouch that is perfect for stowing a few snacks and toys to grab easily without rummaging through the rest of the bag. Did I mention it also fits underneath an airplane seat? This makes it so much easier. It’s not so helpful if the things that keep my little one sane on a plane are stowed in an overhead bin. I can keep everything he needs within reach.