Travelling with infants can be easy. The baby years are actually among the best to travel with your child, mainly because they are so portable when they're so young. Here are a few reasons why it's so great to travel with infants.
Little travelers need a surprising amount of stuff! Here's a checklist of items that make travelling much easier, plus tips for efficient packing.
Generally, age doesn't affect an infant's ability to handle air travel. However, your baby's doctor might discourage unnecessary air travel shortly after birth. Keep in mind that newborns have developing immune systems and that air travel might in...
Is it necessary to make the trip all at once, or can you break it up with stops along the way? The longer your baby is strapped in the car seat, the more likely he’ll become fussy. Planning a few breaks can keep everyone in a better frame of mind.
A single passenger may accompany two infants. One infant can be nursed on the passenger's lap, but the second infant must have an allocated seat and be sitting up unaided or in an approved car seat.
While on the road, one never knows what might not get, so don’t leave anything to chance and take extra supplies of everything for the baby, even if that means underpacking for yourself.