Travel With Your Baby, Toddler or Preschooler: Here’s How!

If you think that traveling with your baby, toddler or young child is going to be a piece of cake, you’ll be disappointed.  If you think you can still laze on the beach and linger over leisurely meals, you’ll be disappointed.  If you’re hoping for a break from your everyday routine and a chance to spend some real quality time together as  a family, well you’re in luck!

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A Pre-Dinner Walk In Varadero...

With Have Baby Will Travel, I’ve created what I hoped to find as I researched the heck out of traveling with baby.  Since our first trip was Cuba, I was really afraid of forgetting something important and not being able to find it there.  So I developed an extensive packing list (and then an extensive carry-on list) to help keep myself (and now hopefully you) organized.  For more quick tips, I wrote the 5 Ts To Happy Travel With Your Tots, and was so happy to share it on Steven & Chris!  Earlier this year I wrote The 5Rs For Rosy Road Trips (clearly I have an issue with alliteration!), just in case you were thinking of taking off by road instead of by air.

Does the thought of all you’ll need to do to feed your baby while you’re away make your head swim?  Please check out Feeding Your Baby On Holiday.  Overwhelmed by the thought of airport security? I recently wrote the 3Ps To Passing Security With Babies & Young Children (there’s that illiteration again!)

As 2009 comes to a close, I’m excited about everything that lies ahead for Have Baby Will Travel in 2010.  I’ll hope you’ll invite me along as you begin your journeys with your new families!

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One Response to Travel With Your Baby, Toddler or Preschooler: Here’s How!

  1. baby bassinet at 15:26 #

    What a great list of resources. I look forward to reading your articles and will share this list with my fellow mom’s. Traveling with a new baby can be stressfull but its important for new parents to know that it can be done.