Newborn parents found that their children's travels caused great inconvenience, which is why they needed a neonatal checklist. This is not surprising, because the baby's stuff may be so overwhelming. Considering the number of clothes, diapers, bottles and wipes your newborn needs, can you imagine how difficult it is for parents like yours to pack up their baby? But sometimes traveling with a baby is unavoidable. You can minimize the chance of forgetting important items by keeping a newborn travel list. Similarly, if you carry the right travel gear, you can be sure to travel more comfortably for your child.
But before packing your baby's things, please make sure you have the necessary items. Bring cash, credit cards, debit cards and ATM cards – you don't want to be penniless on the go. Don't forget your passport or driving license. The same is true for your health and travel insurance documents and tickets. Keep your address or phone book, as well as the hotel or car reservation number.
packed a lot of clothes, because you don't want to need one or two clothes on the road. Assign two to three sets of clothing per day, plus additional clothing. In a cool climate, bring a sweater or jacket to warm your baby.
How many diapers do you need to carry? In order to have enough time throughout the trip, you will be assigned a diaper every hour on the road. If your flight is delayed, you can also bring more.
Take a disposable pad, which can be placed under the newborn when changing the diaper. You can buy it at the supermarket and baby store. Diaper rash may occur at any time during your trip, so you need a small bag of diaper rash ointment.
Bring some blankets and you will find it convenient to cover your baby or protect your clothes from snoring. Baby wipes not only help you clean your baby's buttocks, but also clean your face, hands and even spills. You can choose a disposable bib instead of carrying a completely dirty bib. Also included in your newborn travel diaper list, it can be used as a snoring dress to clean up oil spills.
Hungry babies may increase inconvenience on the road. Imagine how difficult it is to calm a hungry newborn on a plane. Therefore, with enough formula, unexpected delays may occur. If you are breastfeeding your baby, make sure you have enough snacks and bottled water.
Bring enough bottles on the go. Don't forget, if you have to clean the bottle on the road, you need a bottle brush and travel size dish soap.
with several sealable bags that you can use to handle dirty diapers or soiled clothes. After changing the baby diaper, you may have difficulty finding a sink that can clean your hands. Take a travel-sized hand sanitizer and keep your hands clean after changing the diaper.
Take a fever and a cold medicine to prevent your baby from suddenly getting warm. If you are traveling by air, make sure these medicines are carried in your diaper bag. Make sure the spoon or dropper for each drug is also in the bag. You should also bring a thermometer so that you know his body temperature in case your newborn is sick.
Take toiletries, shampoo, soap and nail clippers to keep your baby clean and tidy.
Carrying your baby is easier if you have a sling or front bracket. If you are in a crowded area such as the airport, you should find this convenient. If you are traveling by car, don't forget the car seat and car seat pillows to support your baby's head throughout the journey. Foldable strollers are also a must-have and can be stored in overhead boxes.
In order to avoid missing important items, please start packing a few days before going on the road. Remove your packaged content from the list. Put your baby's clothes in a separate bag to avoid the hassle of looking for smaller items such as socks.
Don't forget to bring your camera and battery charger and spare memory card. Your newborn travel list should also include age-appropriate toys such as rattles, mollusks, plastic keys and mollusks.