Baby Traveling Must-Haves

As a first-time mom traveling alone with a baby (three months old then), you can only imagine the several hours I’ve researched for the best must-haves whilst traveling. Quite honestly, my biggest fear was not being able to find my “comfort products” found here. Well, I was right! 90% of what I used was not there. Luckily, I was smart enough to research the most common brands or alternatives in Europe so I’d know what I should be looking for! But that’s another subject on its own– bottom line: traveling alone is not so frightening! When they’re young, they sleep. When they’re older, they don’t! You’re probably wondering “What is she talking about?!” No worries, I will talk about my journey in a later post! (secretly laughing!)

The items below were my lifesavers and I hope they will be for you as well! The one thing I did not list below was the baby carrier and here is why. It all depends if your child is lap infant or seat. IF your baby is lap, then YES! take the baby carrier as it will help you navigate around the airport and you can check in your stroller in advance, or if you wish to have both, you can check it in at the boarding gate. (By the way, I flew with Delta, therefore I do not know if ALL airlines have the same rules. Please make sure to ask at the ticketing counter.) I had my baby carrier, and honestly, I didn’t even get the chance to use it. He was a seated infant, therefore I got a traveling stroller, and this made my life so much simpler! The only downside is going through the security… everything will need to be put on the belt (including baby carrier/stroller-car seat if using and pockets emptied-out), but staff and travelers are very helpful when seeing traveling mothers alone, therefore the help will be there if needed! You are not alone x

Caro’s Must-Haves When Traveling

What are some of your must-haves items whilst traveling?


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