When a toddler is coming along for a trip and car or train isn’t fast enough or capable of taking you where you want to go then flying it is. Though most people dread sitting next to a toddler on a plane, it doesn’t have to be a nightmare for you or anyone else on board. Here are some tips on how to make traveling with toddlers by air less stressful.
Some babies are born at vacation time, and the question is – should we go, or miss out this year and stay home?
Everyone is different, but as long as you are fit and healthy, and feel up to it, it is something I recommend. The memories and photos you will have, even though your baby won’t remember, will stay with you for life.
Just plan your vacation well, and you should have a great time, and fond memories to look back on, or to show your baby when she is older. Continue reading
Are you looking for a crib for your baby that will comfortably fit in next to your bed, but will also last longer than most other bassinets, until you move on to a portable crib/playard?
We have spent some time reviewing the Baby Home Air Bassinet, and I think you’ll find it is one very nice bit of kit. Continue reading
If you are heading off on vacation for the first time since having your baby, you may well be overwhelmed with what you need to take. Don’t be concerned, we have compiled a list of essential things you need to take with you. Continue reading
Traveling without kids is relatively easy, and something most people are good at, and practised at. However, it all changes when you have a little one to consider. Traveling with babies and toddlers requires a lot more planning to ensure your hard earned break goes as well as possible.
These tips are not in any particular order, just my top tips as they have come to me. Continue reading
If you are looking for only one big purchase for your baby this time round (except for possibly the stroller), you may want to consider the Graco Pack ‘n Play Playard Bassinet Changer Snuggle Suite LX Baby Bouncer.
This item contains so much stuff that you can use from newborn up to toddler, it has to be given a mention. Continue reading
Have you got to the time where you are thinking you need to move your toddler in to a bed? Maybe he climbs out of his crib, or has just got too big. Alternatively you may have another baby on the way, and need the crib for the next baby. Whatever your reason, here are some helpful tips to assist you and your toddler with this milestone event. Continue reading
The thought of having to cope with a baby with jet lag can be quite daunting, and can even put people off traveling. Don’t let this be you. Jet lag can be tough, but with these tips you can ease the pain a bit. Continue reading
Having a baby means more to carry when you are traveling. With a baby in one hand and a baby bag in another hand, it’s difficult to bring anything else along, let alone a baby crib. However, that won’t be the case with the Phil & Ted Portable Traveller Crib. It’s so light and small that you hardly know you have it with you, and you don’t even need a spare hand to carry it!
Do you travel a lot with your baby or toddler, especially by air, and need a portable travel crib and playard to take with you, that fits in to a backpack, leaving you 2 hands free, so you can carry the baby and diaper bag as well?
If this is you, consider the Lotus Travel Crib and Portable Baby Playard.
So, what is so good about this crib?