10 Tips for Traveling With an Infant – My First Solo Experience
Recently I travelled to India with my baby for the first time after his delivery, let me tell you, it’s not a piece of cake. And the cherry on the top, I made the trip without my spouse. While most of the mom’s would directly relate to my experience but for the one’s that haven’t tried it yet, this is me sharing my experience with you all.Cross your fingers ladies, as I hope my experience would help you plan for your trips better.
Disclaimer: My flight was for 3 hrs so my experience is based accordingly.
Tip 1: Day-Time Ticket
Tip 2: Packs Your Suitcase in Advance Including Diaper Bag
Tip 3: Wear Cloths That are Easy to Feed and Shoes That are Easy to Walk
Tip 4: No Sleep for the Baby Till Its Boarding Time
Tip 5: Using Washroom Before You Board
Tip 6: Dry Snacks Should Be Placed Strategically
Tip 7: Toys are a Life Saver
Tip 8: Eat Your Food First So That Its Easy to Handle Cranky Baby
Tip 9: Sleep As Soon As Your Baby is Asleep Because Once He is Awake, Your Won’t Get Any
Its the best time utilise. Once your baby is awake there is no way you would get some shut eye. Better make use of the opportunity and get some nap along with your baby.
Tip 10: No Matter How Dreaded Your Flight Is, Your Finally Going Home (wohooooo)
Now that’s the feeling that doesn’t need explanation. No matter how many times you have traveled to your parents house, each trip will still give you the same butterfly feeling. Just keep thinking of meeting your loved ones.
This was my experience. I hope it would benefit some of you guys.
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