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.
Camping with a baby is an unbelievably rewarding experience (if you’re a nature lover at least), being out in the woods with a tiny person and watching them experience the world around them in a very tangible way. It can bring tears to your eyes.
How am I going to get around while on holidays? Can I take an Uber with a baby or toddler?
These are a very good questions and in fact, are some of the most common topics we get asked about from our readers. This isn’t always an easy question to answer given the safety requirement to have your toddler or baby in a car seat.
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.
International travel with a baby or toddler has the added complication of dealing with baby or toddler jet lag. We went to the experts at Wee Sleep to get all our questions on how to deal with baby jet lag answered.
If you’ve ever had one of those moments when you thought traveling with a baby was just too hard, imagine if you had two (or more) babies at that same time? I am in complete awe of parents, like Anna of @then_i_had_twins, who has not only managed to continue to travel with her babies (now she’s kept extra busy traveling with toddlers), but still has time to share this incredible guest post with us full of all the twin travel tips!
Potty training is just one more stage traveling parents need to navigate. On one hand, you no longer need to worry about packing diapers, which is pretty exciting, but on the other hand you now need to make sure you have the ability to get your toddler to a potty at all times. Those little bladders just can’t hold it for very long.
Whether this is your first baby or not, planning a pre-baby vacation isn’t something you should miss out on. Your babymoon doesn’t need to be an epic adventure, just a little time to focus on you and your husband is what’s key. If you have other children, it can be a special bonding time before your time is monopolized by your new arrival.
Travel with a baby can feel overwhelming when you start to compile that mental note of all the baby stuff you have and use. You see the question asked in mom groups on Facebook all the time – “What was the #1 thing you used all the time with your baby” and inevitably the comments are flooded with answers that are all different.
We, at Baby Can Travel, have had to deal with our fair share of tantrums while travelling. We decided to go to the experts to get some parenting tips!