|The Little Lasso = stretchy goodness|
Could you make them? Sure, they're basically a fabric tube (with elastic inside) with sliding beads that tighten everything down. But they are very well made and honestly who has the freaking time. If you add a link to the other end as well, you can thread the lasso through your kiddos' favorite gadget and stretch it across the car seat to make a makeshift toy bar. Nifty.
|Sure, it's not brain surgery. Just thought I'd illustrate some options.|
|NiNi Toy Bungee = Slobber-proof|
If I had one nit picky design whine, the NiNi company logo is butt ugly and printed in clashing colors prominently on the side of the strap. I'm not sure when red and neon orange were the coordinating colors of choice to be printed on bubble gum pink...but someone's color blind. But hey, I suppose function over form is the most important part here.
Crafty Homemade Leash: Got about 20 minutes, a sewing machine, some spare fabric, and a snap or velcro? Then you've got yourself a toy leash. Need an even easier no-sew option in a pinch? Just cut a length of ribbon to taste, burn the edges so it doesn't fray, and whack two snaps in place with a hammer. You're all set! (UPDATE now that the girls are older/stronger: Use snaps for both ends or heavy duty velcro....my gals have learned how to undo the easy stuff).
|Ah Sophie, you are a feisty one. You don't stand a chance against my crafty powers.|