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When you plan any trip with a toddler, the most essential thing is things to do over there. Does it interest your child? Because if you select a place according to your child, you can only enjoy it.
1. Make sure there are enough activities for the kids, a nice play area, and maybe a mini theatre.
2. Make sure the property serves good food because I’m sure you do not want to go there and cook food for your toddler.
3. If your child is a water baby, then make sure to pick a property with a pool to stay in.
4. Always select only those places to visit for child enjoyment.
5. Keep your trip short so that you are hassle-free and you can travel light.
6. Pick suitable weather for your child, not too hot or cold.
7. Do not be too rigid regarding rules when you are on a trip; keep them flexible.
- It is ok if your child sleeps late
- It is ok if your child watches screen
- It is ok if your child wants to eat ice cream or chocolate.
Remember, they are on vacation too. Most importantly, make sure your child has company while on a trip because if they do not have company, you will have to entertain your kids constantly. Of course, that is also a lot of fun, but you will not get any personal space. So it is ultimately your call.
Things to carry on flight:-
1. Entertainment – Colouring books, puzzles, musical toys, board games, etc.
2. Food – Always keep snacks handy because if the child is hungry and you do not have food, they will create a hassle. Keep some biscuits, chips etc., whatever they like.
3. A small handy bag that contains a pair of clothes, wipes, handkerchief, cream, etc., as per your requirement.
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