9 Tips on Managing Tantrums while Flying with Toddler
Traveling this holiday and scared about the airplane meltdown? You're in great company. Some tips to help you survive.
1. First, as scared as you may be, know that you can only do so much to control the situation and you won’t be the first or the last person in the world with a crying child on a plane. This is not your fault and it is not an “issue” that you can solve. So if and when the meltdown happens, make sure to stay calm, do your best, and most important of all, don't worry about others.
Traveling with a Baby? Sleeping Tips for When You Travel
One of the most dreaded parts of travel with kids- and what weighs on every parent’s mind before and during the trip is sleep, and we are no exception! No one wants to rock the boat when things are going well with a sleeping baby, but it shouldn’t be a reason to hold you back from traveling with your tike!
The common questions around sleep and travel we see are centered on:
While we are all concerned with sleep, we can also appreciate that sleep impacts almost every aspect of a child’s life, most of all their mood. So, what advice do we have on the subject? Lucky for you, a ton!
A checklist for travel with babies under 6 months old
This is a pretty loaded question and one that every new parent asks as they sort through the different list recommendations. Even as experienced travelers each developmental stage brings about new packing needs and sheds others. Here’s our recommended list for packing for ages 0-6 months.
And of course if you don’t want to deal with the hassle of sourcing, packing and transporting it all you can order a travel box tailored to your trip delivered to your destination!
Tips to Decide Whether to Bring a Car Seat While Traveling
When we talk to parents about traveling with kids, one major pain point (besides the dreaded plane ride itself, of course!) is what to do with the car seat when flying. Don’t overthink this one - there are quick and easy solutions depending on the type of vacation. Here’s some guidance for when you’re deciding what to do!