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Traveling with a preschooler can be an adventure, but it can also be a rollercoaster ride of emotions, tantrums, and snack requests! Here are some tips and tricks for traveling with your little bundle of joy that will help you keep your sanity intact.
Pack ALL the things
When traveling with a preschooler, forget about packing light. Bring along everything but the kitchen sink – snacks, toys, books, blankets, pillows, and whatever else your child needs to feel at home! Better safe than sorry, right?
Preschoolers are noisy creatures, especially when they’re cooped up in a car or a plane. Bring earplugs to drown out the sound of their incessant chatter, screams, and whines. Just make sure you can still hear them if they need you!
Make pit stops
Preschoolers have tiny bladders, and they love to explore. Take advantage of every pit stop along the way to let them stretch their legs, run around, and burn off some energy!
Embrace the mess
Traveling with a preschooler is messy business! They spill, they drop things, they smear food all over their faces and clothes. Embrace the mess, bring plenty of wipes, and don’t stress about it!
In conclusion, traveling with a preschooler can be a wild and crazy ride, but with a little bit of humor and a lot of patience, you can survive it. Pack your sense of humor, stock up on snacks, and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!
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