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Who will be traveling with their baby this holiday season? We have, and will be some more. 🙂 It seems like the older he gets though, the more stuff we have to remember. I made a printable baby travel checklist to help remember all that we may need.
Keep reading to the bottom and you will find my printable baby travel checklist with the download link. There are two printable travel checklists; one for day trips and the other for overnight, extended stay holidays.
When we travel, or go anywhere, it’s my job to get everything packed together. Jason is in charge of loading the vehicle. So as I’m packing and checking things off my list, I place stuff on the couch to be loaded. This system works very well for us. I’m sure things may change a bit once we have a busy toddler in the house! However, we will cross THAT bridge when we get to it.
Thanksgiving was a lot of fun with a baby. It was also a bit of work. For instance, he is big enough now, that laying on the floor or in his car seat while we eat, is no longer acceptable. As well, he is eating some foods; and thinks if we are eating, he should have something too! We brought a booster seat, his water bottle and some food for him.
He sat like a big boy in his booster and played with/drank out of his water bottle; quite happy to be up where all the commotion was. And in our family… well, there’s lots of commotion!
He may not remember his first Thanksgiving, but we will. I am still amazed some days that this sweet little bundle belongs to me! As you can see not only does he like eating food and water, he likes “eating” wrappers too!
Speaking of those wrappers… I really like the Happy Family organic baby teethers. They give him something he can hang onto and chew on, and they dissolve very quickly so choking isn’t a hazard.
Kolton loves the Happy Family baby cereal and while I haven’t tried giving him the other baby foods and snacks yet, I’m sure he will love them as well. I like that they are all organic, and super easy to take along where-ever we are going!
Best of all, Happy Family baby foods and snacks are organic and most of them have added DHA and probiotics; which support brain development and digestive health. Visit the Happy Family website to learn about organic baby and toddler food
I am really looking forward to Christmas with a baby. Yes, we will be toting along far more than just gifts this year, but his bright and happy smiles are worth every bit of extra hassle.
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And here are your printable baby travel checklists. The instructions for downloading are found right below each list. Don’t forget to pin and share this with others!
Printable Baby Travel Checklist for Day Trips:
Click the image above, or this link Day Trips Packing List for Baby to download the printable baby day trips checklist. Day trips are my favorite. Fun with family or at where ever we happen to be going, but still get to be home in our own beds at night. However, when Kolton was only 4 weeks old, we flew out west for a wedding with him. Now at 6 months, we will be driving 10 hours west with him and I suspect things are going to go much differently! Listmaker that I am, of course I made out a list for for overnight stays as well. 🙂
Printable Baby Travel Checklist for Extended Stays:
Click anywhere on the list above, or this link ExtendedStaysPackingListforBaby to download a copy of the printable baby travel checklist for extended stays.