Taking a baby to the beach is the perfect way to spend a summer day. While you won’t get to spend the day sitting back and reading a book on the beach, you’ll love watching your baby play in the sand and water. We’ve put together this comprehensive list of essentials for baby at the beach, with plenty of options to suit every family. So pack up your baby beach gear and get ready to hit the beach!
We always recommend using a baby carrier for travel, especially if you plan to get out of the major centers. Not only do you get benefits of baby snuggles and free hands, but not having to worry about where you can go with your travel stroller is a big plus. If you plan on doing a lot of hiking with a baby or toddler while traveling, then we recommend traveling with a hiking baby carrier to keep everyone happy on longer hikes.
Finding the best hiking backpack carrier for toddlers and babies is key to ensuring a great day out hiking. Comfort for both you and your little one is of the utmost important. We’ll cover all the things to look for to help you find the best backpack to carry toddlers or babies, so that you’ll use it for years and make you excited to get out on the trail.
Warm days are here and you are ready to hit the trails with your toddler. While you can still expect meltdowns and tantrums on the trail, toddlers make excellent hiking companions. If ever you wanted someone to help you truly appreciate nature, it’s a toddler. Hiking with toddlers will give you a whole new perspective, as you stop for every ant, find interesting rocks, sit by the river to throw rocks in and chase butterflies.
We have traveled with toddlers around the world and along the way we’ve learned a little something about traveling with toddlers. We’ve tried a lot of toddler travel gear while traveling with children and are happy to recommend these 10 toddler travel essentials to you..
We got our first inflatable airplane bed for toddlers way back in 2016 and have been using that original Fly Tot inflatable airplane seat cushion plus a couple of others ever since. We always find a way to bring them on our long haul flights with toddlers and kids.
As parents, there’s nothing quite as bad as being stuck in a cramped space and trying to manage an overactive toddler. Though the flight is just a small part of the trip, we all still want it to go well, but there are no guarantees when flying with a toddler. There is one thing that can help improve a flight with a toddler immensely and that’s getting a toddler to sleep on the airplane. If only there were airplane beds for toddlers?😉
Once you’ve paid for your flights, hotel and budgeted for all your activities there might not be much left over for extra toddler travel gear.
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.
Let’s be honest, if you are traveling with a baby or toddler primarily in the United States or Canada then you do not need a portable high chair. Almost every restaurant will have a high chair available for you to use. As you begin to travel internationally with a baby, you will find that this is not always the case, even if a restaurant is family-friendly.