Making Travel Easier With The LeapPad3 – It's a Lovely Life!

Making Travel Easier With The LeapPad3

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Deep concentration happening here. So thankful to have her  here to entertain her while we wait for a jump start.  I can't remember ever having a dead battery before and  is making this experience so much better for my little one.

We've been back from our trip to Turks and Caicos for a little over a week now.

I want to tell you that we are all back to normal and that we are all unpacked {working on it, I promise!} but the reality is that we came back to school work for the girls and deadlines for Pete and I. One of the saving graces that has allowed us some extra quite moments to get through the backlog The Little One's new LeapPad 3. Little sister is in love with it.

After a quick nap she is back in action!

I tried to take pictures of all the times she's been using her new LeapPad 3.

I quickly realized that my whole cell phone would be filled with pictures of her using her LeapPad 3 though so I just snapped some highlight pictures. Pretty much the whole trip was either in the water or on her LeapPad 3. 

I totally understand why. the LeapPad is pretty awesome.

The older girls had LeapPad's back in the day. I thought the older ones were pretty cool, but this new one is out of the world cool. It can take pictures, play games, help them learn to read and communicate with other LeapPad's that are close by! We even saw some kids all “texting” each other at the airport via their LeapPads!

She is so tired... but she didn't want to go to sleep till she played 1 more time with her

Oh and it can also take Selfies. 

We now have about 8 million selfies stored on ours! 

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Here is a video of the Little One talking about her new LeapPad3. Truth is she was much more interested in playing with it than talking about it!


She got up early today to play with her @leapfrog #LeapPad3 before school and is sharing her favorite thing to do on it! #ad #BeachesMoms

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The new LeapPad3 would make an awesome gift this holiday season! 

Who do you think this would be a great gift for on your gift list?

Heather Delaney Reese is a Lifestyle and Family Travel Writer currently on the road with her family 150 days a year, sharing exceptional family memory making moments and life's everyday fun times. She is a big proponent of encouraging others to join her journey and become a professional blogger so that they too can make money at home and spend more time with their families.


  1. Great pictures – it’s great when you find a toy that you child really has fun with. My son is now 14 and he had a Leap Pad and spent hours learning from it. Thanks for sharing your experience with it.

  2. This is great! I might consider getting my kids one for Christmas. Right now I credit the iPod touch for teaching my two year old the ABC’s. Technology doesn’t have to be such a bad thing right?

  3. Wow! That really sounds super amazing. We never bought a LeapPad and it is nice to know what else it can do and how much entertaining it is for kids. This would be great to have when traveling or when on the road a lot with kids like us. Great gift idea for the holidays!

  4. That sounds pretty cool. My son has a laptop but he doesn’t really get much out of it yet. He’s 3 and he still just kind of presses random buttons, and doesn’t let it finish speaking before he pushes another. Also, most of the games on it are more advanced than he is ready for at the moment. However, he’s in preschool so his skills on it may soon improve by leaps and bounds. He’s already learned a ton in the few months he’s been in school. I haven’t seen a LeapPad3 though so I might have to give it a look.

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