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traveling tips with a baby

by Nicole Bloomberg, MBA
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Traveling to Florida this winter with a baby

Your baby travelers need a whole lot of stuff! Here’s a checklist of items that make traveling much easier, plus tips on traveling and where to go in Florida this Winter. The weather is in the 70’s and is cool in the mornings. Don’t let the mornings fool you it always warms up. You can pack light clothes for you and your baby. Dress your baby the same way you would dress yourself. I would be always have a light sweater for you and your baby at all times. You can also you bring pants for your child in case it is cool in shopping malls and restaurants if your out all day .

Packing Checklist

    • Diapers- extras in case of delays
    • Bring a change of clothes for you and the baby
    • Snacks for the baby if they are eating food
    • Some toys to keep them entertained
    • Blankets
    • Bring a few — you’ll use them to lay your baby on, cover your baby, cover yourself if you’re nursing, shade your baby, and more
    • Plastic bags
    • Carry a variety of sizes for storing soiled diapers, clothes, and blankets.
    • Diaper rash cream
    • Wipes
    • Small bottles of disinfecting hand gel, baby wash, and baby lotion
    • Tissues
    • Extra pacifiers (if your baby uses one)
    • A few of your baby’s favorite toys
    • Clothes, socks, and booties or shoes
    • One to two outfits per day- bring sweater to put on the baby
    • Washable bibs
    • Sun hat
    • Lightweight plastic feeding set with utensils, and baby food
    • If your baby’s eating solid foods
    • Formula, water, and juice if appropriate
    • Extra bottles, nipples, and sippy cups if appropriate
    •  Snacks for you to munch on and to keep you baby or child entertained
    • Breast pump (if you use one)
    • Nightlight
    • So you can keep the room lighting soothingly low during middle-of-the-night diaper changes
    • First-aid kit
    • Baby pain reliever and supplies for treating minor injuries
    • Sling or front carrier
    • Lightweight, hands-free way to keep your baby close in crowded places like airports
    • Portable crib
    • A safe place for your baby to sleep or play
    • Car seat  or you can rent one
    • Unmbrella stroller
    • Can be gate-checked ( I recommend the city-mini)
    • Bring baby medicine-Tylenol, Advil, & Benadryl
    • Nail Clippers


    1. When you get to the gate ask for a clear plastic bag to put the stroller in whe you get to the gate.
    2. You can get a rental car or cab from the airport with a car seat in it for your baby
    3. Check out Do Overz on University a consignment store that has a boutique side with great toys, clothing, and stollers new and used.
    4. Start preparing to pack a few days before you travel. Keep a running list of things to take, or put items out on a table or bed as you think of them.
    5. Be prepared for leaky diapers and baby spit-up on the airplane: Tuck an extra outfit1t or two for your baby – and an extra shirt for you – into your carry-on bag.
    6. Prevent leaks by packing medicines and toiletries in resealable plastic bags.
    7. Pack each of your baby’s outfits in its own zipped plastic bag so you don’t have to hunt around for tiny socks, shirts, and so on.
    8. Take your camera, battery charger, and an extra memory card
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