It's the summer holiday season coming up. Yay! And that often means long car journeys with the kids. Boo.
If you're after a trip free from boredom, rattiness, whingeing and crying for a squillion hours, there's only one thing better than no kids in the back, and that's sleeping kids.
A sleeping child in the back of a car is as much of a relief as a husband who adores supermarket shopping. That is until the child wakes up and the crick in their neck brings on a scream that could shatter the windscreen.
What you need, and more to the point, what they need, is Yondi, a furry friend and headrest to stop their head rolling, for children aged one year and upwards. It's made by Trunki, the ride-on suitcase company.
Yondi sits comfortably behind your child's head, whilst the neck hugging paws connect underneath the chin with hidden magnets to create a secure neck rest.
It's available in three different sizes and an assortment of colours. More importantly, Yondi has just been awarded an official stamp from the British Chiropractic Association, marking it as a product that can protect your child's spine.
Yondi is so cutely monsterish, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for an adult version. I want an adult version of the Trunki too, if you're listening Trunki people.