We just returned from a whirlwind of July travel with our 23-month-old daughter, including weekend trips to Lake Tahoe and Seattle as well as our “toddlermoon” to Hawaii (i.e. our last hoorah big trip before we need to start paying for airfare for our daughter).
During our travels, which included road trips, plane rides, navigating cities and trying to relax at the beach, I was once again reminded that traveling with a baby is much easier than traveling with a walking tot.
Luckily, I also learned a thing or two about traveling with toddlers, including five ways to make traveling with them a bit easier that I recently shared over at family travel planning site FamiliesGo! Today’s hint is these five tips for traveling with an active toddler.
My tips run the gamut from how to get at least some relaxation (and beach reading) in when you have a curious toddler, to how to make long drives and plane rides go a little more smoothly with a tot in tow. Read all of my “5 Tips for Traveling With an Active Toddler,” in the full FamiliesGo! post.
What tips for traveling with toddlers did I miss? Share your best tips below.