Mar 21, 2017
My three-year-old daughter loves packing. She packs for hours.
Since I've recently been discovering some great low-toxic lunchboxes (we just received our PlanetBox lunchbox and love it!), I searched online for low-toxic children's suitcases. I couldn't find good options for travel but I did discover an adorable, fun, and award-winning suitcase: Trunki.
The greatest selling point of Trunki is that your child can sit on this cute, fun suitcase for a ride. It's a great way to entertain your children at the airport.
Since my daughter said that she likes it but doesn't need it, I'm going to try to refrain from buying one. If you're interested, however, there is some great insight by other bloggers about them. This has been a huge hit in the U.K. so most of the comments are from England. Check out this one by PlayPennies. More information is also available in the video below.
Each month, we will "meditate" on a body part or system. The goal is to connect with our body, senses, and symptoms to rely on this curiosity and "listening" as guidance for a gentle, detox journey.
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Access Sophia's shopping list for her household staples. They're her favorite low toxic items that she can't live without. Also see which EMF protection products she uses.