Travelling with Babies and Toddlers
Posted on September 10 2019
Summer may be drawing to a close but holidaying with little ones in the colder months is an increasingly popular choice for families. Those searching for some winter sun will usually find quieter beaches and calmer resorts making it an ideal time to travel for families with small children.
While going abroad with babies and toddlers for the first time is exciting, it’s no secret that preparing everything you need can be a little daunting. There is a lot to think about so here we have listed some essentials that you might have missed with some top tips for travelling with babies and toddlers.
FOR YOUR JOURNEY
Depending on the flight time, there will be a few different things you will need while travelling - here are a few essentials to consider:
You will know just how many clothes baby gets through in a day so the more lightweight layers the better.
The Zippyup baby grow would be the perfect outfit for your little one to travel with. Comfortable for the plane journey and super easy to get on and off during changes- see the range here.
Other items you may have missed:
Aside from wash bag, beach bag and medicine pouch, here are two others that will be handy:
Pack your toiletries for you and baby as you normally would but here are three toiletries that will prove super handy that you may have forgotten about:
• Plus universal travel bath plug (for turning basins into baby baths)
KEEPING YOUR TODDLER ENTERTAINED
If your little one is at the age where she can’t sit still for long, wants her little hands occupied and mind stimulated you may be worried about keeping her entertained - especially if you will be travelling on a long haul flight.
Try not to worry too much about her nap or about breaking her routine as the holiday will do that naturally - it’s all part of it! But what you could do is pick a flight time that you think she might have a little nap on.
But if it so happens she is awake the whole time, don’t panic… here are some handy tips you could try on the flight: