7. Dress Comfortably

Yes, that short skirt makes your legs look awesome but it also makes it very difficult to bend over and over again and pick up fallen toys, dropped sippy cups and crying babies. And sure, that tutu might make your little baby girl look adorable, but if you’re spending a whole day at the zoo or the park, it might be a little uncomfortable. One of the best ways to help make vacationing with an infant stress-free is to dress yourself and your baby comfortably. If you’re going to a warm place, put your baby in cotton that allows skin to breathe and stay cool. And always make your little one wear clothes that allow for easy diaper changes, especially if you’re going to be struggling to do so in a public restroom. If you anticipate being in air-conditioning for long periods in the day, carry something warm for your baby in your bag. That way you won’t have to worry about him or her being cold and uncomfortable.

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