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Are we there yet? The family road trip gets a bad rap, but piling into the car together doesn’t have to drive you or your little ones crazy. So if you’re traveling for the holidays, don’t fret, because one of our favorite baby & kids brands, Munchkin, has launched some great mama products that will make your trip easy and -- yes, we’ll say it -- fun!

We all know that Munchkin has got the sippy cup down (the Miracle 360 Degree Sippy Cup is 100-percent spill-proof!), and now the brand is launching a grown-up version (with a faster flow rate, phew). Munchkin’s new Miracle® 360 Degree Hydration Bottle will keep 24 ounces of Mom or Dad’s fave drink safe from nosy toddlers, and it fits in most cup holders. For breastfeeding mamas on-the-go, Munchkin’s Milkmakers Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Lactation Cookie Bites are the perfect snack to nibble on down the road, and the oat, flaxseed and brewer’s yeast will keep your milk flowing.

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Of course, Munchkin is still our go-to for any of our kids’ travel needs. The Snack+ Stainless Steel Snack Catcher® is perfect for tiny hands, and the silicone flaps help keep your back seat clean and your kiddo entertained for as long as the Cheerios last. The classic toddler Miracle® 360 Degree Sippy Cupin stainless steel keeps drinks cold for up to 15 hours, which means you can fill it with milk and not have to worry about it going bad during the trip. And the new Brica® Night Light Baby In-Sight® Car Mirror, which is crash-tested for safety, has remote-activated music and light features for baby, and soft light that lets you keep an eye on him day or night.

Use the code WELLROUNDED*, and you’ll get 15% off everything on Munchkin’s site 🙌

*We've partnered with Munchkin to help make all your holiday travels easier. 

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