Packing for kids takes time and can seem daunting at first. I recently did a podcast with The Mom Vent and one of the hosts said that the reason she doesn’t travel as much with kids is that the thought of packing is overwhelming for her. So to make it easier, here is your ultimate guide to packing for kids.
Packing for a trip can be daunting. Packing for a trip with kids can be even more daunting. The clothes, the gear, the toys, what should you bring and what should you not bring? There is a lot to consider. Here are my top tips for packing for travel with kids and my FREE downloadable packing checklists for both newborns/babies in diapers and older kids.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Tater Tot and I go on adventures. One of our favorite free things to do is discover new neighborhoods. Recently we have been visiting the Outer Richmond a bunch. With gorgeous views and cute restaurants that are casual yet would rank high on any foodie’s list, it is a great spot to spend the day with kids. Here is our Perfect Day in the Outer Richmond/SeaCliff.
Spring is officially here and as you will see in this month’s kid friendly activities, there is a TON happening in April. From Passover and Easter celebrations to street festivals to Earth Day fun, there are so many kid friendly activities happening this month it is going to be hard to choose! Personally, I am looking forward to the Cherry Blossom Festival in Japantown, Off the Grid date nights, and street fairs. Get out there and let me know how it was in the comments. Happy Spring!
We took our first trip to Disneyland a couple of years ago. We booked our hotel and that was about it. We showed up at the park ready for the day with big D who was then three years old. What I didn’t realize then is that you can get so much more out of your trip if you do a little bit of planning first. So when we decided to go to Disney World last year, I knew I had to do some planning beforehand. Here are the 10 essential “DOs” of planning any Disney Vacation and my one big “DON’T'”.