Our family loves to travel, by plane or car, we just love to see new things and go new places. In addition to our normal local summer traveling we will also be taking our first family trip to Orlando and Disney World! The kids don’t know what all is in store but I do have to plan accordingly. I want to share some of my favorite travel items for babies/toddlers. In the coming days and weeks I will give you fully loaded posts for each of these awesome items.
These one size fits all sippy and straw lids make being on the go and drinking easy! When you head out grab a ridged cup and pop a Sipsnap on and anywhere you go you have a sippy cup! I love that I can keep one in the diaper bag and when we are out to eat I don’t have to worry about spills!
Baby Monitor On The Go
Infanttech’s Always In View Monitor makes keeping an eye on your little one easy. Going on a road trip? Attach the camera (cleverly hidden in a adorable stuffed animal) to the head rest and suction the video to your lower left windshield and see baby the whole ride. When you get to your destination simply set up the animal to view into your crib or pack n’ play and carry the monitor with you.
Saddle Bags for Your Stroller
Skip Hop, the Grab & Go Saddlebag is the perfect stroller carryall! My stroller has only one small area below so I need extra storage! Stowing all my on-the-go essentials means not carrying a diaper bag all the time. Plus the insulated interior to keep snack, bottle and more cold along with some pockets. The adjustable, non-slip straps and an easy-zip top closure make using this saddle bag a breeze.
The Portable High Chair
Easy Drinking with Poli
The Ultimate Diaper Bag
Every parents worst fear is losing their child. My kids think it’s so funny to hide from me. 🙁 With Buddy Tags I can track them while we are Disney World! If we get separated it will alert me when my kids are too far away. Plus it has a panic button in case my kids get scared!
ZoomKit is a portable activity table top that is designed to hold swappable activity cases, mess and slip-free food containers, and packaged foods. These kits can be easily moved from car to plane to anywhere and help with not only keeping children occupied, but also it helps make the children feel they have some control and a sense of “home” on the go.
Do you have any go to items for traveling with your younger children? Share them in the comments below! Or Let us know which of these are you most excited to see reviewed?