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All The Tips You Need If You’re Travelling With A Lil’ One!

It is often the most daunting task, to travel with a kid. From packing, during the flight and then during the trip, you cannot help but panic? Don’t worry we just made it a lot easier for you and you can definitely plan the most exciting trip with your entire family soon!

 

  1. Take one backpack: Don’t split your child’s belongings into a baby bag and another baby bag and so on. Keep one backpack so it is easy to carry as well as keep all the stuff in one place. A backpack with multiple sections should be your go to.
  2. Make sure you rest well before the trip: The last thing you want to do to yourself is tire yourself before the trip! Make sure you pack in advance and can rest well before the trip begins. You really need to be energetic throughout the time.
  3. Don’t forget to pack some toys: Well, you can’t entertain your kids all the time hence, keep some toys for the emergency. Maybe a coloring book or a puzzle, so it is a time consuming one. If they throw it all away, then maybe an iPad or your phone, can be a life saver.
  4. Do not lose your temper: Practice it well before hand cause it definitely isn’t easy. Just remember that losing your temper will just make it all even worse.
  5. Dress your kids in multiple layers of clothing: This comes pretty handy when they spill food over their clothes so you won’t have to dress them all over again. You’ll just have to take off one layer of clothing and ta-da.
  6. Keep a spare outfit for yourself: Just in case, you know, anything is possible. Be prepared for the worst.
  7. Keep talking to your kids: Do not keep them un-updated with what is happening. Tell them every little detail and guide them to line up themselves in the ID check. This way they will be more involved and there will be less chances of tantrums.
  8. Apologize in advance to those around you: Lets not deny the fact that we all look for seats away from families traveling with kids, so it is peaceful. To make it easier, offer an apology before hand and in return they might offer you some help (maybe)!
  9. Use strong phone protection: If you’re willing to offer your phone or any other gadget to your kid, make sure you’ve strong protection on it so that it can survive the worst of all tantrums.
  10. Help your kids with the air pressure: Kids can have a hard time adjusting to the air pressure and they can a hard time adjusting their ears while take off and landing. Hence, keep a bottle of milk ready or maybe some gummies to chew.

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