Keeping dry with the Dry Kids All In One (AD – Gifted)

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We were gifted the featured item in exchange for coverage. Daisy and I visit my Mum, Daisy’s Grandma, on a frequent basis. At least once a week, often much more, Daisy and I are walking the 2-mile round trip up to Grandma’s house and back again. We love spending time with Grandma but one thing I don’t love is the unpredictable British weather! Daisy is usually tucked up nicely within her Joie Stroller but recently she has started to want to be more independent. This means that Daisy wants to walk more. While I don’t mind really, as she’s got a *backpack rein, I want her to be protected from the elements and to keep her clothes nice on our walk. This is where Dry Kids comes in to play, and the Dry Kids All In One which you can see here!

Dry Kids All In One

The Dry Kids All In One retails for £12.95 and comes in a wide variety of different colours. It is made of 100% polyester, making it ideal for throwing in the washing machine when it gets covered in mud. It is made of waterproof fabric and is ideal for both boys and girls. Particularly if they like jumping in puddles and making a big old mess! 

Dry Kids All In One - Daisy running in the snow

I love how simple the Dry Kids All In One is to put on. It goes over Daisy’s warm clothes and she wears a pair of wellies with it. It has an integral hood, with a mesh lining, that is suitable for keeping Daisy dry when it is raining. The Dry Kids All In One features reflective piping to make it slightly more visible at night. We stick to paths when we are walking in the darker afternoons but this is still reassuring.

Dry Kids All In One - Cuffs

One thing I particularly love about the Dry Kids All In One is that it has elasticated cuffs at the wrist and ankles. This means that I can pop it on Daisy easily and then it will form a little seal to help keep her nice and dry. By teaming this with wellies Daisy is free to run and explore at her own leisure. I love this as I’m a big fan of letting Daisy have freedom, as much as possible. It also means when we arrive at Grandma’s house we can hang it up to dry in the kitchen and Daisy is already nice and dry in her clothes and ready for a day of nice food and playing toys.

Dry Kids All In One - Daisy playing in the snow

I don’t often talk about value on Katykicker, as I think it is subjective, but for £12.95 this is fantastic. It folds down small and can fit in Daisy’s backpack. It is simple to fit on Daisy and the zip makes the fitting fast. I love the elasticated cuffs and it definitely keeps Daisy nice and dry – even if she is having a splash in puddles on the way to Grandma’s house!

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