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The holiday season means one thing: traveling! Whether you’re planning to stay local or hitting the road this season, you’ll want to think twice about the things you’ll bring along.
When you’re traveling with two kids and two pups, you want to make sure to pack light. Although we do bring a couple of extra things, we make sure to leave enough room in our minivan for the pups to walk around.
Packing Light Some of the essential items we bring with us during long trips are snacks, stuffed animals, and extra clothes. If we’re planning to spend a night or two, we always bring our air mattress, pillows, and bed sheets.
We’re ironing out the details for our trip to North Jersey this spring and can’t wait to see how everything plays out now that we have a second child and have added another pup.
Our hands may be full these days, but our hearts are even fuller.
Another addition to our family travel is the Stokke Flexibath. We’ve been using Stokke Flexibath for almost two months and the boys love using it.
The best part is how easy it is to put away.
The Stokke Flexibath barely takes up any space in our bathroom, and it makes tidying up after bath time a breeze.
Splashing Around We’re used to a certain bedtime routine, but it’s not always easy to maintain when you’re away from home. The size of the Stokke Flexibath is convenient when you have two under five. Bath time is a lot easier when you can put two kids in the tub.
After a good scrub, they love to play with their boats and our youngest takes the bath plug and uses it as a chew toy. And it works! Some nights he won’t leave the tub without it.
Here he is splashing around in the Stokke Flexibath:
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