Friday, January 20, 2012

Toddler Travel 101 {Tip 2 of 101}

Finally found time to resume my Toddler Travel 101 series. I will post one hundred and one travel tips for when traveling with a toddler in tow. That's a lot of tips, I know. So if you have some, throw it over here. Would love to have you help me reach 101 travel pointers. 

Moving on, let's get the ball rolling and proceed to tip #2. While tip #1 was all about the absolute essentials to pack, I totally missed out on one very important dilapidated springed notebook I dare not forget when we're off to somewhere far. 
Mischka's medical book a.k.a baby book. It always comes in handy especially for times when we need to see a pediatrician in the province or abroad for whatever emergency. 

It also serves as an I.D. for her when we check in a domestic flight. You can always slip in a copy of their birth certificates inside just to be sure. But from experience, just the baby book alone works. Make sure you have it within reach in your hand carry.

There you have it. Tip 2 of 101, for easy, breezy toddler travel. 


  1. Thanks for this tip. Only now that I realized that it's really an important thing to bring during trips ouf ot town/country.

  2. Aston got that little stuff toy for Christmas. He calls him "fly".

    Great tips!

  3. Two things i always pack when we travel: thermometer and children's tylenol. Kids catch so many nasty viruses when they're out and about so it's always best to be prepared.

  4. You are so lucky that you can balance motherhood and your career. Plus points that your little one can join you on your job.

    Another must-have for me especially when travelling to a new territory is the emergency contact numbers in your destination.