Carry All Your Items in One Place with Vestopia (Giveaway)

by Rebecca

My children and I love going on hikes and nature walks.  Normally, I have to carry a bag filled with paper, pens, crayons, water bottles, cell phone, etc.  Well, you know how it is.  When you’re a Mom, you need everything AND the kitchen sink.  However, my new Vestopia Mom’s Utility Vest has given me freedom to reduce the bulky bag and carry everything I need….in one easy to organize location – my VEST!

This vest has truly given me the ability to have what I need,when I need it no matter where I am.  In the Fall and Spring, my children and I love taking nature walks.  While on our walks, we enjoy gathering facts and drawing, painting or using pastels to capture the changing of the trees or flowers in bloom.

Recently, we took a quick walk into our back yard.  Instead of throwing everything in a bag, I put all of our supplies in my vest.  The supplies included:  pastels, crayons, twistables, erasable colored pencils, clip boards, paper, and my cell phone (of course).

I found the vest very comfortable and noticed that without the clipboards in the back pocket, I could easily zip it.  When they were in the back pocket, I could not zip it.  However, I could easily use the latch to hold the vest on and keep it from falling off.

Overall, the vest is light and very comfortable.  Honestly, I enjoy wearing it around the house.  I keep my phone on airplane mode (thanks for the sweet reminder for safety Vestopia included with the vest), my favorite pens/pencils and any other items I may need throughout the day (like tissues for runny noses, sun glasses for quick trips outside and well, just anything I grab.)  The vest can handle it all!  There are five pockets on the front (great for your phones, pens, glasses, pacifiers, bottles, water bottles) three on the back (great for clip boards, paper, diapers, wipes, changing pad) and there are two on the inside of the jacket on both sides for a total of four (great for hiding your cash, debit card, drivers license, or even your children’s birth certificates if you are on vacation and need to fly).

I have to say, I wish I had this when my children were little.  It would have saved me from needing to carry a diaper bag everywhere we went.   However, now that they are older, I can leave my purse at home (which is great, since I recently went to the park with a friend and her purse was stolen out of the car) and just grab my vest.  It makes a great hiking vest, diaper bag and even fashion vest for the active Mom.

My kids love my vest and a friend recently noted that he wanted one for his wife (and children) for their hunting expeditions.

Truly, this is a multi-purpose vest.  It is quite comfortable and I love mine!

You can purchase your own Vestopia Ultility Vest here (color choices include: black/black, black/hibiscus or french blue/navy ) for $98.
OR you can enter to win one!!!  See below for details.

Enter to win

One mom is going to get their chance to win a Vestopia Utility Vest. To enter, simply leave a comment below letting us know how the Vestopia Vest will help you!

This giveaway is a part of the 5 Minutes for Mom Christmas Giveaway 2012. Please follow the link for more information, as well as for a complete list of all giveaways as they post throughout the month of November. Entries for all giveaways will close Sunday, December 2nd at 7pm CST. Winners will be drawn randomly and we will announce the winners Tuesday, December 4th. We will email winners at the address accompanying the winning comments.

Disclosure, please note, I received the Mom Utility Vest and compensation for my honest opinion about this product.

Child of God, wife to my best friend, blessed with three children and friends I love dearly. I love encouraging others and sharing truth. Owner and Author of Mom’s Mustard Seeds

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Child of God, wife to my best friend, blessed with three children and friends I love dearly. I love encouraging others and sharing truth. Owner and Author of Mom's Mustard Seeds

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