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Are you planning on traveling with toddlers this year or next year? Keep scrolling for the best travel toys for toddlers on airplanes or road trips!
This post about the best travel toys for toddlers was originally published May 28, 2018 and was updated September 19, 2020 and contains affiliate links which means if you purchase something from one of my affiliate links, I may earn a small commission that goes back into maintaining this blog.

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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.

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Mariani Packing Company,  but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #MarianiSuperPrunes  http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV

One of the trickiest things about traveling with kids is keeping everyone’s moods in check. We’ve all been there. It just takes one cranky person to put a damper on an otherwise amazing trip. That’s why I like to set ourselves up for success. I want to let you in on a secret: I like to pack Mariani Probiotic Pitted Prunes. Not only is it a healthy snack choice, but it’s that little bit of sweetness that keeps us (and our bellies) happy!

Are you feeling a bit overwhelmed with your summer travel plans? Could you use some family travel hacks? Would you like an ultimate travel packing list for families with children?

Family travel can be stressful. Whether you are flying overseas or doing a mini road trip close to home, there are a lot of things to think about. Over the years, I’ve figured out a few ways to make it easier on myself. For me, planning is key. I like to feel organized and prepared. Here are my top summer travel tips for moms:

My family is truly lucky that we can travel last minute without much preparation. I usually just pack as light as possible and cross my fingers that my kids sleep in the car and on the plane. However, for families with children who are battling cancer, this summer break looks very different. I’ve partnered with The National Children’s Cancer Society to share their tips for summer family travel.