Parents, remember the days when you could leave the house with nothing but a wallet, phone, and keys? Yeah, we don’t either.
Little people need a lot of things, even when you’re just taking a quick day trip. But you don’t need a ton of money or space to have all their necessities. You also don’t need to make a list because we rounded up the best travel bag supplies for your next adventure. Major bonus: They cost under $100 combined.
We’ve rated this as the best bag you can buy. Thisallows you to pack all the things and keep your hands free. It is waterproof and can withstand anything Mother Nature throws at you. It includes, and there are compartments for an umbrella, a change of diapers or underwear, and even a USB charging port in case you’ve snapped so many photos your phone battery is low. The insulated pockets are perfect for packing bottles or drinks, and the gray color makes it ideal for either mom or dad to tote around.
Banish the endless stream of “Are we there yet?” questions with this traveling activity set, which we believe is the best entertainment when it comes to riding in the car. Theincludes three pages for coloring, two for tracing, and seven for your child to let their imaginations run wild and free draw. Color pens are included, and if your kid colors outside the lines (and on their clothes), just wipe it off with the included cloth and a little water. It’s known for being lightweight and durable, so it won’t weigh you down, and your child can tote it around on more than one trip. This kit is best for kids ages 3 to 8.
These containers will hold the Cheerios and trail mix your little one needs to satisfy their mid-trip munchies. These can fit into the cup holders of car seats and strollers so your kid can eat independently, plus they are compact enough to fit in the bag. Some parents say they spill if shaken too hard, but you won’t get goldfish crumbs in your backpack if you’re walking or driving.
Many pediatricians suggestover sippy cups to help with oral and speech development, and this one from Munchkin fits that bill and is ideal for travel. The click-lock lid makes it easy for parents to prevent spills, and the handles are easy for your little one to grab. The cup easily goes in a bag and won’t take up too much room in a cupboard when you return home.
Be ready for boo-boos and oopsies with this must-have medical-grade supplies like bandages, Q-tips, and antiseptic wipes into a compact case that’s ideal for travel. The pockets make it a cinch to stay organized so you can quickly grab whatever your kiddo needs in the event a kiss doesn’t make it better.. The kit packs
If the rain can’t go away and wait another day, spring for thisIt’s compact and fits in a day bag, but it opens to form a 37-inch canopy that’ll keep both you and your child dry during an afternoon shower. It’s available in 13 colors — consider letting your little one choose their favorite so they may actually look forward to a rainy day.
Keep the sun out of your little one’s eyes and protect their noggin, particularly if your trip involves fishing or sitting on a beach, with this. The adjustable string ensures it stays on, and the wide brim shields their eyes. It travels well — it’s lightweight and easy to fold.
The last thing you want after returning from a fun trip is a cranky kid with a sunburn that lasts a week. This, with SPF 50 to protect your child from the sun’s rays, is a favorite of pediatricians for kids 6 months and over. It’s ready for anything — sweat and water-resistant for 80 minutes — and its tear-free formula isn’t greasy.
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