You will need one of these for the car or the airplane.
Enough for an entire day in case you experience delays.
Plan to use one for each hour in transit, plus pack a few extra.
Bring enough for any contingency.
Preferably pack one with a waterproof lining and a shoulder strap.
Bring one change for the trip and plan for pack for two changes each day thereafter. Include a hat for sun protection.
Enough to deal with minor medical problems. Include an emergency sheet with the names and phone numbers of your pediatrician, including your baby's health information and any medications.
If your baby uses them, be sure to bring extras.
Bring all sizes for dirty diapers or soiled clothing.
Disposables for the trip and several washables for when you arrive.
If you are nursing, bring one to cover yourself, and others to cover the baby and other surfaces.
For feeding baby food.
In case of an accident, having an extra will prevent embarrassment.
Use to wash your hands, your baby and even as a baby lotion.
You can never have enough of these.
Keep your energy up with a nutritional power bar and plenty of water to keep hydrated.
An inflatable one makes bath time easier.
You can check it at the gate or store in an overhead unit in the plane.
One of these keeps your baby safe and your movements easier.
Either of these creates an instant child safe area whenever needed.
Bring extra batteries to be sure that you do not miss any Kodak moments.
One of these makes your room just like home.
A clip on light allows you to read without disturbing your baby.
For baby and yourself.
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