Camping with babies seems daunting, but the truth is, RVing is one of the most family friendly activities you can enjoy. When you travel in an RV you get to see exciting parts of the country that you’d miss if flying. And even more than that, you get freedom and flexibility that other travel methods don’t have. RVs give you the options to pull over and make lunch. You don’t have to worry about sticking to a flight itinerary or losing luggage. And, more than anything, you can come and go as you please.
Regardless, it can still be a little scary to families to hit the road with little ones in tow. Worry not! These tips will make your travels much easier.
Travel With a Sound Machine
Sound machines are tiny, portable devices that emit white noise. This white noise helps to drown out any noise that might wake you out of your sleep. These are life savers when it comes to getting rest at a busy campground. And when you’re camping with babies and their bedtime is so much earlier than everyone else’s, you’ll want to ensure you have a way to allow them to sleep and everyone else to have fun.
Keep a Routine
Many people shudder at the idea of keeping a routine while on vacation. The truth is, however, routines are a part of life. Knowing when you will wake up or go to bed gives your kids a sense of security and allows you to do some loose planning throughout the day that promises to make life easier. Don’t let the idea of a routine freak you out. By simply keeping certain parts of your life the same as they were before vacation you can enjoy your trip and make your transition back to your daily life easier for everyone.
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