As a mom, you know how it feels when you take your little one grocery shopping.
It is quite peaceful when they are pretty young and unaware of their surroundings, but that changes when they grow older.
Five months and teething is especially crazy because they are not only curious, but they will constantly need to rub their throbbing gum.
They will use anything handy to accomplish that task, including the handlebar of the shopping cart. Mom cringes!
Since you cannot leave him behind on your shopping trips, you will need to invest in the high-quality shopping cart cover.
It will give you the much-needed peace of mind next time you go grocery shopping.
Why Get A Shopping Cart Cover?
Children, as we know them, are curious by nature, and when they are at an age where they can attempt to ‘break out of their little prison’ (read shopping cart), they could get hurt. The pad provides a safe nest that keeps them grounded until you get that tissue roll from the rack.
You never know where the shipping cat has been and so naturally, you will want to protect your child from germs. The shopping cart pad surrounds your baby preventing them from touching the bar that we can both bet to be germ-packed.
Oh, and it will also keep them warm. However, that will not prevent them from jamming side to side, but at least they will be safe.
5 Best Shopping Cart Cover Reviews 2019
Cotton & Nylon
Cotton & Nylon
You notice that you are in a better mood when you are not worrying about what the baby is touching or putting in their mouth. You are even happier when the cover keeping these germs away is machine washable and portable.
Summer Infant 2-in-1 Cushy Cart Cover and Seat Positioner - Editor's Choice
All the five options we have outlined here are impressive, and we highly recommend them, but we have a bias for Summer Infant 2-in-1 Cushy Cart Cover. Why is that? Well, starting with the price, it is hard to believe that with all its qualities this cover costs this cheap. We love the beautiful colors, the infant positioner, the vinyl pocket, and the fact that it grows with your baby.