Remember when traveling was fun, easy, and sometimes even spur-of-the-moment?
And then you had kids and vacations became a much-needed and sought-after luxury with stress about where to go, how to pack, and how to get there. Well, whether you have a newborn, active toddlers, or a preschooler and one on the way, vacations can still be exciting and worth the effort if you do your research, plan accordingly, and think smart…parent smart!
The grills are being fired up and the weekend is planned-but have you factored in safety to the upcoming Memorial Day weekend? Here are five areas parents (and everyone) should be extra mindful of during this long weekend.
The busy holiday travel season has officially begun. Visiting with friends and family can bring much cheer, but it can also disrupt your baby’s sleeping pattern that you’ve been working so hard to establish. These gatherings are too precious to skip so here are a few tips to help keep your baby sleeping safe and sound while traveling this time of year.
First time parents sit anxiously in the lobby of my office, nervously awaiting their first meeting with a certified child passenger safety technician. After going over what feels like thousands of little details to ready themselves for the arrival of the newest member of their family, this couple finally reached one of the most daunting tasks—figure out the car seat.
Maintaining your baby’s sleep schedule isn’t easy when you’re on the go. Long road trips, unfamiliar sleep environments, and earlier-than-normal wake-up calls can easily break the consistency you’ve created at home. Try to maintain your routine as much as possible and recreate your baby’s sleep environment while on vacation. Follow these 5 tips for a well-rested baby ready for the next adventure.
Winter is almost over, but the dry air is sticking around. Whether you are home or traveling, be sure to have the Travel Humidifier by Crane on hand. The award-winning Crane Travel Humidifier allows you to bring relieving humidity anywhere you and your family travel.
Do your Holiday plans include traveling with a breastfeeding baby? Put your mind at ease about what to expect when planning feedings while travelling by using these tips to plan accordingly. By following these tips, your baby is on her way to being a road warrior.
I appreciate that it provides valuable information while keeping a light-hearted and 'fun' feel. It's a great community and way to interact with other parents. BSZ is also great about remembering us dads too in posts, blogs, etc.