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Holiday Travel Tips
November 19, 2018 8:00 am | by
Be prepared for holiday travel. We made the list, you check it twice.

As we gear up for the holiday travel season, many of us are busy making plans. Whether you’re traveling near or far, there is a good chance you will be packing up the kids and heading to a relative’s house. If you have little ones, you probably need to do some extra planning and packing to make sure your kiddos have a place to sleep, a place to eat, and something to play with.

To Grandmother’s House We Go

If your holiday travel plans include overnight adventures, here are a few items that may help make things run a bit more smoothly.


PeaPod for holiday travel

A PeaPod is a great travel bed option that folds up to a nice, compact size.

Weekender Wet Bag

bumGenius wet bags

The Weekender Wet Bag isn’t just for storing dirty diapers or wet clothes. It’s great for organizing suitcases by family member. Plus, you can pack the Hangout Wet Bag for dirty clothes since it hangs nicely on a doorknob.

Portable Night Light

Boon Gleam Night LightSleeping in an unfamiliar place can be tricky. An older toddler or young child may benefit from taking a travel night light.

Dinner Time


Contain the mess with an EZPZ mat. Your little one won’t be able to flip it over and it will keep their crumbs under control.


Don’t let them ruin their fancy clothes by covering them in cranberry sauce! Use an adorable bib to protect their outfit. Plus, these bandana bibs have an absorbent side that is perfect for drooling babes.

Kid-Sized Flatware

Kleynimals flatwareDon’t forget baby-sized flatware! Check out this adorable set by Kleynimals. It’s made in the USA of 100% food-grade stainless steel.

In the Car

Water Wow

Water Wow

Water Wow is an amazing activity your kids will love. Use the water-filled marker to bring beautiful colors to life. Once it dries, they can start all over!

Tegu Magnetic Blocks

Another great toy for the car, restaurant, or really anywhere is Tegu. These amazing wooden blocks have magnets inside. You can click them together to build. The options are endless!


What else are you planning to pack for your holiday travel this year?

Pack everything you need to make holiday travel as easy as possible.

About the Author

Julia joined Cotton Babies in 2016 as Executive Assistant to Jenn Labit. She’s the proud mama to a toddler and a baby. She and her husband also have 2 dogs, a cat, a turtle and a pet fish. Julia is a diehard Cardinals fan who loves spending time with her family, shopping, crafting, and binge-watching “The Office.”


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