In recent weeks, you may have noticed we’ve been off travelling on our summer adventures.

Everyone knows that a great adventure needs the perfect luggage and I’m a little bit jealous of Flea, who has been carrying her essentials this summer in this amazing rocket-themed kids’ jetpack from Harry and Jack’s. Isn’t it cute?

Often, I find that items aimed at small kids can be less than robust, but I’m pleased to report that this little backpack has survived planes, cars, rivers, hikes and more in the last few weeks. It’s big enough to be useful, small enough to be portable.

The main backpack is big enough to carry Flea’s iPad and a couple of books, along with a picnic lunch – while the two ‘rockets’ on the front can hold smaller items. The velcro and zip fastenings are good and secure, and simple enough for younger kids – although Flea, at almost 10, still thinks the design is “pretty cool”.

There’s a nice drawstring pouch on the side that will easily hold a water bottle, making it accessible during play, and I liked the reflective strips, which will make her more visible during the winter months. There’s also a wrist strap that younger children can put on, which is “rocket” themed for play.

We’ve got one more Harry and Jack’s JETPACK to give away to a reader of Who’s the Mummy? It’s a lovely item for kids aged 3+ and to enter, all you need to do is comment on this post telling me what your child would carry in their jetpack – then complete the Rafflecopter widget (bonus entries are available).

Entry is open to UK residents aged 18+ and one winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries after midnight on the closing date of August 26th 2015.Winner will be contacted via email and details available on this page within 7 days of the closing date.

Good luck!

What an awesome back pack!! Any of my 3 kids would love it but I think my 5-year-old would especially enjoy it. He would have his favourite teddy, sword & other toys packed in, ready for adventure x

His water pistol and Top Trumps!

He’d carry some small toy cars, an ancient plastic Transformer that was Daddy’s when he was a boy, some green people suncream, a sunhat, spare pants!, an iPad and probably a pine cone 😉

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TOY CARS

Topy cars and Top trump cards.

Their toys, tablet and a teddy!

probably her superhero action figures x

Some hot wheel cars and small jellycat bunny

The 5 year old would carry all his favourite books around!

My daughter would have everything in there, teddies, dolls, pencils and food.

My youngest would probably fill it with soft toys.

Toys, snacks and a book

His snacks and afew small toys!

He’d put the soft toy he likes to take out with him in the bag.

I expect it will be carrying toys & sweets!

His tractors and tractor books!

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Space snacks for his astronaut adventures apparently 🙂

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Her favourite cuddly toys.

He would keep probably fill it with as many toy &, books as he could fit in & of course an emergency snack 😉

Anything Green!!

colouring books and pens x

his toy cars and trucks

his favourite teddies who go on all his adventures too 🙂

This would be used to keep clothes and toys for sleepovers

I’d give it to my friend’s little boy if I won and he’d store his Lego in it!

Alexander starts school in September and is really taken with his PE trainers, so probably them!

cuddly teddy x

Favourite teddy bear, books, pens & sweets!

Brilliant bag. It would be stuffed with his favourite teddies and a couple of small lorries!

I’m sure he would keep his legos in it

Their books

juice and some colouring books! and lego!

Their favourite books,

My son would put some cars and soldiers in there, but more likely his sister would squeeze in a dolly or two as she has done on occasions.

Books / lego / snacks / drinks for when we go on days out

Teddy and colouring books

books pens crisps ruler and tooed up with more rubbish

Toys!

Definitely some Lego in one of the compartments – he never goes anywhere without some, and probably some healthy snacks in the other

snacks and books x

his mr tumble toys, his favourite drink bottle

he would have cars in it a snack prob garlic cheese and breadsticks maybe some chocolate , his colors and a book and maybe a minecraft figure

knowing my daughter, it would be our pet rabbit

Comics, spiderman figure, pencil, pad and his drinks bottle

His thomas the tank engines

Her blanket and a load of random stuff, today it was a toothbrush and a ball

My son would take his toy puppy named Fudge and probably a ham sandwich just in case he got a bit peckish!

All his little treasures to take camping

Toy cars, yummy snacks and a storybook – everything needed for an adventure!

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my daughter Megan aged 3 is a little tom boy she loves rockets and would keep her Barbie, ken and action men in her rocket bag, and take it to nursery xxx

My little boy would pack his superheroes. x

Trains and a torch 😉

Toy cars and sweets

Some food, drinks and toys

Bottle of water, colouring books and toys 🙂 xx This is such a great bag any kids dream! Thankyou for the chance for my little one x Have a great weekend all x

Water bottle, stationery and toys.

sweets and cars

His cuddly crocodile & Thomas the Tank Engine.

Sophie the Giraffe – goes everywhere with him

My little boy would pack his juice and snacks

dinosaurs

Thomas the Tank Engine

His car collection & a sticker book

She would keep all her Power Ranger figures, coins and biscuits! 🙂

Her tablet, a colouring book, crayons, and as many of her Roald Dahl books she could possibly fit in!

food, drink, pens pencils and toys, plus probably the sky remote and xbox controllers

Colouring books and stickers 🙂

Probably Lego, I find it everywhere!

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His Minecraft figures…so he tells me!!

lots of snacks!

He would store his stationary and drawing paper for missions to draw other worlds 😉

His swimming gear

pens, pencils, paper, probably alsorts of things he find precious, an odd stone, a couple of shells etc

His cars

lego

Luke would keep loads of football match attacks all over the house and i find them in my handbag when we go out so I would guess these lol as well as some hotwheels cars

Lots of toy cars & planes!

Probably the most random bits of plastic!

his fav book about planets !

His matchbox cars & dinosaurs! 🙂

A teddy, a book and some toys.

Probably more rockets!

He would keep Leonardo and maybe the rest of the turtle gang, his giant playing cards and a chocolate twirl (packs like his mummy) 😉

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A bottle of water, snacks, his giraffey & some toy cars.

My grandson would fill this with pencils and paper

Art supplies and his tablet to play minecraft (and any rocks, shells, pinecones, etc he can find in his travels!

school stuff

My grandson likes to take a selection of cars with him when he goes out so this would be ideal.

My god son is 3 and he would love this backpack to put all his dvds and books in when he comes to stay with us.

Books and stationary oh and lots of crumbs

Snacks and toy cars

he loves his tools, always pretends he’s going to work so i’d expect tools in there. and superhero snacks.

This would be ideal for my son for going on holiday – he would pack his tsum tsums, ipad, colouring book & pens, and some snacks

Hi ipad and lots of snacks !!

My little boy would keep his very own space ranger i.e Buzz Lightyear in there. He doesn’t go anywhere without it, he loves his Buzz!

some colouring items and pad mainly, going through a stage I guess

colouring books and crayons