Number One Thing Every Parent Should Bring When Traveling


*I received product compliments of DockATot*

A multifunctional lounger for:

  • Co-sleeping
  • Resting
  • Supervised tummy time
  • Playing
  • Bed transitioning
  • Changing
  • Resting


The first time we took a trip, we brought her Pack n’ Play and it was very inconvenient. Super heavy and a lot to deal with. The second time around though, we had our DockATot. It was a true life saver as it was lightweight, the set up process was non-existent, and she was able to sleep right next to us. The DockATot came in handy for sure! It even fit perfectly in my small Mini Cooper.

Here are some fun facts:

  • Comes in two different sizes- Deluxe (0-8m) + Grand (9-36m)
  • Made in Europe, designed in Sweden.
  • Tested for breathability
  • OEKO-TEX certified
  • All natural, 100% cotton
  • Handmade in Europe
  • Ideal micro-climate for babies and tots
  • Grand is perfect for toddler bed transitions
  • Machine washable
  • Temperature control

Let’s talk sizing:

Riley Blake is in a Deluxe, 0-8 o=months, which is a little small. She was five months old at the time, tall, and already wearing nine month old clothing. The cool thing though is that the bottom extends. It will probably last her another good month or two before having to move onto the Grand. I wanted to be sure to mention this because I know sizing can be a little weird and funny. At least for this momma!



Ah, my favorite part! They have several different patterns you can choose from.


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Are these not so cute?

I love each one! DockATot also has accessories. They have toy arches that you can attach so when baby lays down they have something above them they can play with.


I almost forgot to mention…


With this link, you can even get $10 off all docks at DockATot.

If you have something on your mind that I did not cover in this post, you can head to their frequently asked questions page to find out more. The site is filled with loads of information, including videos showing you how to care for your Dock and change the cover.


A few more things:

  • You can find a store near you if you feel more comfortable checking them out in person.
  • There is a blog on the DockATot site that talks on different things, of course, all about babies.
  • If you have questions about shipping, visit this page.

Don’t forget to use this link for $10 off!

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