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Indispensable travel utensils for travelling with your baby
Travelling with small kids is a challenge, small kids often come with a lots of "stuff". Here is a listing of the most important items for traveling with infants and youngsters. Before our kids were 1 year old we travelled to Dominican Republic, Germany, Greece, Spain and Belgium, these are the things I would not go without:
The majority of counties are selling baby formula, but makes and models differ. Sterilization when traveling is not too strenuous if you can take these items with you. Pouches can be used in the microwaves, but I favour using some of the mild pills for sterilisation. Take two pockets with you and use them again until the pocket has a leck (I never needed 2, but convenient to have a backup).
However, in the evenings, when you're out for supper and you're not sure what's on the ground (shards of broken glasses, spilled beverages in the minidisco ), they were ideal for the protection of sensitive baby legs. Personally, I have a tendency to use diapers on vacation (one of the main reason why I'm a big lover of sea plugs, see below), but sometimes it's advisable to double-diaper your baby on vacation.
Those swimming diapers are doubly sealed so you don't ruin everyone's game. In May, when we traveled to Greece, the swimming pools were FRIENDLY. These suites isolated our small platform in the sea and made it possible to play a longer period in the swimming pools. You stop them from having muddy bathrooms and the children like to play with them, they make a great fresh tea.
This is a model we adore, it's light and durable, the grip forms a hinged joint so you can support it and wear it light. Our first stop was Lanzarote (a very windswept island) and they kept hand sheets on couches, allowing us to put the children's clothing out of the swimming pools and on the wash line for drying.
Children like to play alligators with them. If your children enter and exit the swimming pools in their SPF suit, the stakes allow them to quickly drip. Time and again I use the one-way swimming diapers to try to restrict our dropping pins so that I can easy wipe them out.
We had tons of sandbags, they are often quite weighty and get full of sands. When you have a child, you also carry a bucket and spade, glasses, floating etc. with you. They are great for wearing other games and they are always a big hit among other kid's that come in six packages, so it's always simple to find out if we miss any.
Not much demand for earphones until the guys were over 1 year old, they won't keep them on, so the tray is indispensable, but it's unlikely that you'll get them to put on the earphones. We have never taken any of them abroad before, but it is vital for travelling in the UK.
They live in our cars and have been used so often, either as a little pot ( with the practical bags) or as a children's bathroom when we were away. Our favourite is our Trinki, it's not the largest carry-on luggage case, but it's a true champion for a small baby that can no longer be worn in a baby wrap.
Airport is big and transfer can be long if you are planning to spend a long time traveling with a young child and have no opportunity to get your baby carriage, it is not much of a joke. Hopefully you will enjoy travelling with your little guests as much as we do and that our indispensable baby and infant travelling gear will make your trip(s) even better.
I only took up items that we actually used during our trip.