Toddlers are classified as anyone between the ages of one and three. They’re learning to walk, developing their motor skills and growing emotionally and physically.
Most would describe the toddler years as the toughest, since communication is difficult and tantrums are at an all-time high. While we love toddlers and their knack for learning and exploring, it can be rather difficult taking them places — especially places that are far away. Whether traveling by plane or by car, we have some tips to help make the trip a little more enjoyable with a toddler in tow.
The good news is that if your child is under the age of two, they fly for free. The bad news is they will be sitting on your lap the entire flight. To make the plane ride a little less stressful, utilize the following tips:
The nice thing about road trips with toddlers is you don’t have to worry about them causing chaos around other people. You also set your own schedule and can take breaks as you please. To make road trips a little easier, we recommend the following:
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