Breaks with a baby or toddler: tips and tricks

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It’d be such a shame if we hung up our suitcases the second we became parents; why can’t children come along for the ride and get bitten by the wanderlust bug early on, asks Susie Verrill

Why not? Because it’s a daunting prospect, one which makes us choose to stay at home with the promise of picking up where we left off once everyone leaves for uni. As a prolific traveller and mum to a toddler and as an individual who inwardly panics about everything, I promise it can be done, it’s just more than anything about a positive mindset.

Alongside that, use these handy tips to make you feel that little more prepared. Families who travel together make memories together (yes some of them may involve desperately asking a stranger in pigeon French where the baby changing facilities are)

Most importantly, have fun! It’s easy to worry you can’t travel without worry once you have children and while yes, you have more responsibilities, it’s so exciting to be able to have adventures with the most important people in your life. 

 

 @mushmums @susiejverrill