1) Coral Pink Russian Dolls Lunch Box - How cute is this lunch box? I love it! Caleigh goes through several feeding pump backpacks a year. The Zevex feeding pump has their own mini backpack that we use for Caleigh's tube feedings throughout the day. Unfortunately, they just don't last very long. The zipper rips out and the material frays terribly. We usually order about three a year. I'm always on the lookout for a cute and functional bag that would work for our purposes. Since Caleigh doesn't use the backpack on her back this lunch box looks like it would work for us. Plus the Russian nesting dolls are adorable. Caleigh has her own set of Russian nesting dolls that her Pop brought back from a trip to Russia. The lunch box is insulated which would keep the formula cold throughout the day as well. I'm seriously considering this one.
2) Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism or other Developmental Issues - I love any and all information on toilet training kiddos like Caleigh. So far we still work on the project. We've been officially potty training for years now. With Caleigh being tube fed potty training is hard. I will say that 95% of the time she does stool on the potty and probably about 40% of the time for urine. I'm wondering if this book covers children that are non-mobile? Who knows, maybe it may hold some winning tips that I haven't seen before.
3) Cargo Bike from trioBike - What can I say about the trioBike? Out of all the cargo bicycles out there this one has the modern look, the adaptability and really it just has the cool factor. I've been drooling over this bike for awhile now. Sadly for us this bike is made and sold in Denmark. You can build your own bike customizing colors, accessories and more coolness on their website. From what I can tell the cost of one of these entering our home here in Texas would be somewhere around 4-5K. It's unfortunate price really because I've had just enough time to dream about riding around with Caleigh actually seeing what is in front of her.
4) Firefly GoTo Seat - The GoTo Seat looks like a great positioning device for kids like Caleigh. I've added it to my Friday Finds post even though Caleigh has outgrown the two available sizes. I'm going to keep an eye on this product and hope that it comes out in larger sizes. As of now, we lug around Caleigh's Special Tomato chair. It goes with us to numerous places like homes, restaurants and kayaking. If something so thin could come with us easier we would snatch it up in a heartbeat.
DISCLAIMER: All items have not be used or tested by my family or myself unless otherwise stated. The above content is completely my wishful opinion. The coolness and adaptive capabilities of items that would relate to our family are based on my thoughts and creativity. I have not been paid or compensated in any way to showcase these items. Again, totally my opinion. Totally on my wishlist.