If you love travelling, don’t let having a baby stop you! In fact, travelling with your baby can be a fun and rewarding experience. It’s a wonderful opportunity to bond with your baby. All you need to do is make sure you’re well-prepared for a smooth and enjoyable journey. To start off, we’ve compiled a list of must-haves to bring along with you. Who knew such a tiny human being requires so much stuff when travelling!
The more the better. Make sure you have enough for emergencies!
2. Diaper rash cream
To relieve your baby of skin irritation
You can’t have access to the toilet all the time, use wipes to keep your baby clean
4. Baby toys
Pick a few of your baby’s favourite to keep them entertained
5. Extra clothes
Also, the more the better. But 2-3 outfits per day is probably enough
Use blankets to lay your baby on, shade your baby or to keep them warm
To keep your baby’s clothes clean during meal time
8. Plastic bags
Prepare a few different sizes for soiled diapers and dirty clothes
9. Plastic feeding set
It will come in handy if your baby has already started eating solids
10. Formula and water
If you breastfeed, formula is an alternative method when it’s not convenient for breastfeeding. Also, feed your baby water to keep them hydrated
11. Extra baby bottles
You may need extra bottles to store milk or water
12. First-aid kit
Here are the must-haves for treating minor injuries and if your baby is unwell:
- Infant’s ibuprofen to relieve fever and pain
- Child-safe insect repellent
- Rubbing alcohol swabs
- Antibiotic ointment for cuts and scrapes
- Gauze rolls
- Adhesive tape
13. Sling or front carrier
A hands-free way to carry your baby in crowded areas
14. Collapsible stroller
If you’re planning on doing a lot of walking, use a stroller for your baby
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