If you plan to travel abroad, you’ll need to get a passport for the little ones. If your child is still an infant, you’ll also need an unabridged birth certificate.
Most airlines advise only flying with babies over a month old. But if you’re left with no choice but to fly with a younger baby, be sure to bring along a fit to fly certificate from your paediatrician.
While packing, it is important to pack all the essentials, as well as prepare for any occasion or weather condition. Remember to include everything your kids need on a day to day basis and plenty of extra clothes.
The Right Wheels
The Big Car
When renting a car for your holiday, make sure you have a car seat for the little ones. Their safety is always the most important thing.
The Small Car
Most airlines will allow you to bring a collapsible stroller on board for no extra charge. Check if your airline is okay with the weight of your stroller.
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