Todays term: 'n' go
'n' go noun: a purportedly cute clause to convey ease and portability, frequently added to the names of baby-related products in order to counter the actual difficulty and nonportability of baby-related outing - see also: 'n' play, 'n' roll, "r" us, shoppe
used in a sentence: "It's just dish soap and water - I call it blow 'n' go."
Hmmm....I can think of pack 'n' play off the top of my head. What else is there?