Welcome to the No Throw Giveaway.
No Throw! Kids love to throw things. They sometimes just wake on on the wrong side of the bed and need to vent their frustrations so throwing stuff gets them to relax a bit.
Sometimes throwing stuff is a part of a game they invented called fetch. They throw something and you have to go get it.
Because kids dont drive they dont get that tossing something from the back of the car onto the dash can be a problem so, throwing that sippy cup in the car is just as much a game to them as anywhere else. Finally a simple solution has been found.
I can hear Fetch tired parents sighing a sigh of relief right now.
My toddler likes to throw things. In fact, my husband has nicknamed him “Chuck” because of his propensity for chucking things off the high chair. So when I discovered the No Throw line, I was very excited. I felt that this was the answer to my problems.
The company sent us two sets in a boy theme. They are so cute. The patterns are colorful and appealing to children. I immediately took one of them to the high chair and began to attach it. Now, here is where my comedic failings come in. I’ll admit, I still can’t figure out how to put together the play yard, so I’m not exactly the brightest bulb when it comes to baby items. My 9 year old son had to show me how to attach it. Of course, he figured it out in about two seconds.
I like how the No Throw can be attached to just about anything. As you can see, it can be attached to the high chair, the baby seat, and even the portable booster chair. Of course, the stroller is an option as well. You can pretty much attach it to anything with a pole or seat-belt. Since the No Throw is adjustable, it can be used on bottles, pacifiers, and sippy cups.
I wish we had bought these when my children were younger. I was always searching for the binky in the recesses of the car. Not to mention the pools of milk that leaked out of tossed bottles and cups. And there is nothing worse than listening to a screaming baby as you are driving in the car, reaching blindly behind you to pick up their fallen bottle. Unfortunately, as my child is already two, he finds the No Throw to be an amusing toy. He finds the sound of the Velcro enclosure enjoyable and mastered opening it almost immediately. Of course, he can also unlock and navigate my tablet. So, Velcro is not a major obstacle. It is my hope that he will grow bored with it eventually and will find it useful for keeping his sippy cup nearby.
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