This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Signature Care diapers. All opinions are my own.
When people ask you what it’s like traveling with babies and toddlers, does a specific moment come to mind? For me, it totally depends on my mood whether I think of a funny moment or one that was downright terrifying!
So, I thought I’d write up my most memorable family travel moments and my top essentials for traveling with a baby in this sponsored post for Signature Care Diapers, which are available at Safeway and Albertsons.
One of the top questions I get from Marcie in Mommyland readers is about flying with kids on an airplane. Should they bring a car seat? I’ve been traveling with my kids on airplanes for the past 4 years. Some flights I’ve used a car seat. Others I’ve primarily worn a baby in my Tula baby carrier. And on other flights, I’ve simply had a child using the lap belt on the airplane. Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the CARES Safety Harness. So, Kids Fly Safe sent me 2 harnesses to review on my latest flight to Hawaii. See what I think below: Post contains affiliate links.
Are you starting to plan a vacation? Does the thought of flying with a baby make you nervous? I remember feeling panicked a few years ago when my husband suggested we fly to Thailand with our 6-month-old baby. Every time I imagined this scenario, I pictured my baby crying non-stop for hours and hours. I envisioned passengers saying mean things and giving us dirty looks. And when I started Googling to get tips, I found all kinds of horror stories.