Friday, February 16, 2018

Grayson and His superMOPI

Disclosure: I received a complimentary superMOPI for review purposes; all opinions expressed are my own.

If you've followed me on social media for some time there's probably something you've noticed about my 3 year old son, Grayson: he stays living his best life. From his Michael Jackson re-enactments to being his big sister Virginia's best dancing partner ever (remember this?), he is one of the happiest kids I've ever met. 

When superMOPI reached out to us during our recent cold snap here in Boston to see if Grayson would be interested in giving the bike a try, I gave a resounding yes! We get a bit stir crazy inside the house and one quick glance at the awesomeness of superMopi, and I knew Grayson would love it. 

I was right!

What exactly is superMOPI? It's a lightweight plastic bike for toddlers ages 18 months - 4 years old that is made in the USA. "MOPI" comes from the word "moped" and it just so happens that it's really fun for kids to say! Grayson took right to his superMOPI and a few days after it arrived Grayson came down with a bit of sickness, but it didn't stop his desire to play. He hopped right on his superMOPI and sped around and around. 

I like that superMOPI is so easy to maneuver and is small enough that he can take it around the house. Because Grayson is quite the daredevil we have been very cautious about him trying to get it up the stairs. Yes, he's tried!

Getting a non-blurry picture of Grayson and his superMOPI is quite challenging!
Curious about a superMOPI for your little one? It comes in two sizes: small and XL with each size being available in two colors. The maximum weight is 50 lbs so Grayson has a ways to go before he's too big! His big sister has even tried to get on it, but he's quite territorial about it! I love how superMOPI encourages active play even when we can't always get outdoors and keep Grayson busy when he seems to have so much energy to burn off.

I'd highly recommend superMOPI for your busy toddler, and I'm even thinking of sending one down to my parents in South Carolina for our visits since it's so lightweight and takes up little space compared to a conventional bike. 

To learn more about superMOPI, visit their website, and you can purchase online directly from their store here