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Have baby – will travel

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Travelling with babies and toddlers can be stressful, whether it is navigating public transport, such as the underground in London or simply a domestic flight in South Africa – you are bound to find a pram a mission to contend with. That why I have always chosen to travel with my baby carrier. There are a few good reasons for this:

  • A baby carrier takes up WAY less space – The SnuggleRoo in particular is so small, it can easily fold up into any nappy bag and even your designer handbag ☺
  • Moving through the queues in public transport means that your baby is safely contained against your body and gives you hands free to manage tickets and hand-luggage efficiently
  • When travelling to new sights and exotic locations and beaches, there is nothing better than the ease of popping your little one into her SnuggleRoo
  • The best part about having your baby in a carrier is that if she falls asleep whilst you are travelling you do not need to disturb her sleep by taking her out of a pram. She can safely sleep against you for the flight or where ever you are. 

Obviously if you are in a car, safety is more important and then you will move her across to a car seat. 

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  • rainatu otoun Mrs. December 10, 2019 at 12:23 am

    Nice post! my younger child is five years and I am now excepting one in May. I think about the hassle of having to travel with a baby and that scares sometimes. Thanks for reminding people like us things we can do to ease the stress of traveling with our little ones.

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  • Ashh Akanksha December 10, 2019 at 9:27 pm

    Baby Carriers are life savers. My husband and I wore baby carrier so frequently when we went on our first holiday as a family after our baby was born. There were many steps to a beautiful beach and some parents could not visit due to pram. We enjoyed that trip because of the babycarrier, to be honest! It was such a practical choice for holidays.

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  • Rajlakshmi December 11, 2019 at 5:53 am

    I realised how clumsy it is to carry baby in a pram when I had to go to the washroom and I couldn’t open the door. Someone else had to help me out. Yes a baby carrier would be much more convenient while travelling , especially in crowded places.

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  • Nicole Steyn December 12, 2019 at 7:54 am

    I always think parents travelling with kids are brave. My cousin recently visited us in South Africa from England with their 3 year old and 5 month old and I can’t imagine what that long flight must be like with 2 small kids. But I guess with a baby carrier, it makes things so much easier with an infant.

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