Stock your bag with plenty of diapers, even if you don’t think you’ll need them all. You never know when a flight might be delayed.
Versatile wipes not only clean baby bottoms but are great for cleaning hands, faces, and even blotting stains and spills. Travel packs come in streamlined dispensers that tuck nicely into bags.
Sealable bags are handy for disposing of dirty diapers or storing wet/soiled clothing.
A travel-sized bottle of this no-water-required cleanser is welcome after diaper changes.
Don’t get caught without a clean place to change your baby’s diaper—especially if you’re on the road with no changing table available.
Don’t let a diaper rash spoil your trip. Carry a small tube of cream or ointment to ease baby’s discomfort.
Bring baby food, breast milk, formula, water, and/or juice in a small, easily accessible cooler bag. Be sure you bring enough to last through unexpected travel delays. Additionally, bring a snack and a bottle of water for you, which is especially important if you’re breastfeeding.
During your travels you may want to carry disposable bibs rather than tote dirty bibs around.
Cloths or a few cloth diapers are great for cleaning spit up and other spills.
Bottles and/or Sippy Cups
Three bottles and/or sippy cups (one for juice or water, one for milk or formula, and an extra) are necessities.
Don’t forget to capture moments of your little one on his or her trip!
Car Seat Pillow
You want your baby’s head to be well-supported on the trip.
Soft books, toys, baby’s favorite blanket or lovey, and music are must-haves for keeping a little one happy and calm.
Accidents happen! If your baby has a blow-out diaper right after the plane takes off, you’ll be grateful to have a clean outfit for him and a fresh shirt for yourself! You’ll also want to have a sweater or jacket that offers warmth in air conditioning or a cooler climate.
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