My daughter will start preschool in the fall and already LOVES the idea of carrying around a little backpack. Â She fills them up with all of her special things and pretends to go to “school”. Â However, I’ve been disappointed in the few we’ve had so far. Â They were flimsy, the straps were silly for one reason or another, and the zippers……too hard to work with. Â Ultimately, she would just get frustrated with them. Â I mean, how hard can it be to make a sturdy, functional, and cute backpack for this age group (2-5)?! Â Well my search is over! Â I just scored this set from MYHABIT for CHEAP and we couldn’t be happier! Â It’s an adorable and recently discontinued pattern called Svenja Girl Robot.
In fact, I’m so afraid they’ll discontinue the matching Alexander Robot pattern, that I just got these to set aside for my little guy who’s only 5 months old!
Beatrix New York Little Kid Alexander the Robot Backpack (Ages 2-5)
Beatrix New York Alexander the Robot Lunch Box
*Here’s what’s so awesome about the backpack:
It’s the perfect size and the zippers work great! Â The straps are padded, adjustable, and rigidÂ enough to hold their shape which makes it super easy for my daughter to put on and take off by herself. Â It’s made from a durable nylon and easy-to-clean laminated canvas.
*Here’s what’s so terrific about the lunch box:
It’s insulated, has a zippered pocket, name tag, and is dishwasher safe!
**Oh, and they are PVC free, lead free, & phthalate free. Â Yippee!**