A long haul flight with a toddler can be a little intimidating, but setting the right expectations is half the battle. If you go into your flight with a toddler expecting to spend most of the time entertaining your toddler, it will make it much easier. Getting your toddler to sleep on the flight will …
Whether you are bringing your baby to meet family for the first time or simply going on your first family vacation, baby’s first road trip is an exciting event. But, let’s be honest – your first long road trip with baby or toddler can be every bit as intimidating as flying with a baby.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever spent an evening sitting on your hotel bed in the dark afraid to move for fear of waking your baby sleeping nearby. Or maybe you heard your baby moving early in the morning and if she sees you, it’s all over. Everyone is up for the day.
Call them what you will, Baby’s First Flight Bags or Airplane Kindness Bags, please DO NOT hand them out when you are flying with a baby for the first time.
One of the most difficult decisions parents often need to make when traveling with a baby or toddler is whether or not to travel with car seats for babies and toddlers. There’s never one right answer to this.
Traveling with a baby is one thing, while traveling with toddlers is a whole other experience. Where flying with a baby might have you stressed about them crying the entire time, active toddlers doing somersaults in their seats is a whole new level of stress!
Flying with a baby and entertaining a toddler on a plane are two of the most common questions when it comes to traveling with a baby or toddler. It’s really no wonder since most parents dread the idea of being those people on the plane with the screaming baby or the toddler running up and …
Potty training on vacation is just one more stage traveling parents need to navigate. On one hand, you no longer need to worry about packing diapers, but on the other hand you now need to make sure you have the ability to get your toddler to a toilet quickly. Those little bladders just can’t hold …
Here’s the story of how we were introduced to our first toddler airplane travel bed and how we’ve never looked back!
Having flown with babies and toddlers, I can say without a doubt the age between 12 months to 18 months is the most difficult. Flying with a toddler takes patience and setting the right expectations.