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Package: Festival package list (with a newborn!)
It'?s the parcel list mail-back. It' been so long since I sent a mail that I almost forgot how. While I know this may sound odd, most of this year travelling hasn't been part of my whole live (because you know who!), so I haven't read anything, let alone written anything.
you' ll know I had a great one. Drive over Kate Moss (obsolete alarm reference), there's a new festivals fan in the city and she's not even one. And if you're already stunned - go to this posting where I divide my top hints for packages first.
You can apply the hints to any vacation and you can even print out a free pack list to help you get on. Mother got me some of it for my ambulance kit, and if you didn't have a child, I won't tell you why you might need it.
Cleaning products: I use an oil/balm at home, but at a party you have to use something that doesn't need warm tap running down and a Flanell to use. I' ll have my micelle and my wadding pack. Normally I don't use cleaning cloths, but the Anaïs cleansing cloths are a little revealing because they are so soft.
They' re 99% pure hydro! And I think we all agreed that this is the toughest piece of work in everyone's culture bag at a particular event. By noticing the foam used for the beds in the hospitals, they realized that it was perfectly suited for festivities. It is a rolling swab of smooth foam on which you spray your body with a little bit of fresh running oil - there is a kind of alcoholic fluid in which you do not have to wash up.
Sweet Gap hoodies and a jogger, some pyjamas (both with long and shortsleeves ) and bib overalls were all work. You can use a mustelin to protect your child because Anaïs burned herself (mother's heavy feelings of guilt here ) and we were never directly in the hot weather. That' what she uses at home, so it was beautiful and trusted for her.
Carrying seats/Slings/Wrap straps: So we took our Ergobaby (The 360 Sophie La Girafe Festivals Edition no less!) and an Izmi Breeze softstructure back.
Ergobaby is fantastic because you can keep your child all night without getting back pain, but it is warm and quite cumbersome to take with you. It' not good for the whole afternoon - I had back pain at the end of the work. I am VERY fortunate and have been given all the choices for my baby's transportation by PR's (Izmi, Ergobaby and Fornessi Bearry Me) and will be writing a rating of each, detailing the advantages and disadvantages as they are all so different in terms of styles.
The next thing, I think, we'd take a camp cooker for coffee/tea and probably more clothes choices for Anaïs as well as a huge coneflower to keep them out of the heat. Which object do you always forgot to take to a festivals? Notice that this article contains some affilate link.