We’ve been using the KidCo Peapod Plus tent as our portable toddler travel bed since our son was 14 months old. We’ve loved how lightweight and easy to pack the KidCo PeaPod is and consider it one of the best travel beds for toddlers.
First off, we are not opposed to screen time for toddlers. We’ve always included some screen time on flights to help entertain our toddlers on the airplane. However, we always packed a bag full of travel toys for toddlers, to also use on the flight and during our time traveling at our destination.
Your trip is booked and now it’s time to start figuring out what baby travel gear you’ll need, including where will your baby sleep and which is the best portable baby bed for travel.
While not having to pack a suitcase full of diapers is a certain win for traveling parents, a vacation with a newly potty trained toddler does have its challenges. Having to always be close to a toilet for those potty emergencies or managing accidents is one more thing to plan for.
Your baby is ready to start eating solid foods and you have a trip planned. While preparing for your trip you might be wondering what the best way to manage baby food when traveling abroad is.
Traveling with toddlers is a big change from traveling with a baby. Toddlers will want to get out of the stroller and walk. Not only that, but snack and meal times still fill a large part of the day. The best travel strollers for toddlers are ones that are lightweight, easy to travel with and …
Umbrella strollers make excellent travel strollers. If you are a new parent, some of the terminology can get confusing. So what is an umbrella stroller and what makes it great for travel?
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.
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.
If you’ve now entered the toddler stage, things are about to get very different. Hiking with a baby might seem more complicated with the feeding and diaper changes, but your baby is going to be a lot more content to be carried for longer periods of time during the hike.