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What are some good tips for traveling with my baby?
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Dr. Marybeth Lambe
Travel Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Patience
Journey with baby before his longest nap, or evening just before his nighttime sleeping stretch.
Replicate home schedule of feeding & napping, without being a slave to routine. If you're traveling through time zones, anticipate baby will likely have restless sleep or crankiness. Keep yourself rested & well fed. Traveling with baby is tiring. Accept help when offered. Find joy in the small moments.

In brief: Patience
Journey with baby before his longest nap, or evening just before his nighttime sleeping stretch.
Replicate home schedule of feeding & napping, without being a slave to routine. If you're traveling through time zones, anticipate baby will likely have restless sleep or crankiness. Keep yourself rested & well fed. Traveling with baby is tiring. Accept help when offered. Find joy in the small moments.
Dr. Marybeth Lambe
Dr. Marybeth Lambe
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Dr. FLORENCE NNEBE
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Consider & distance
Driving or flying? For air travel be sure to consult your pcp for travel precautions if an international destination, inform airline for special provisions for baby on board.
With changes in altitude provide baby with something to suck to prevent ear discomfort. Break up long journeys to allow for rest in between. Get some rest / bring fun items for a healthy diversion if the journey gets tedious.

In brief: Consider & distance
Driving or flying? For air travel be sure to consult your pcp for travel precautions if an international destination, inform airline for special provisions for baby on board.
With changes in altitude provide baby with something to suck to prevent ear discomfort. Break up long journeys to allow for rest in between. Get some rest / bring fun items for a healthy diversion if the journey gets tedious.
Dr. FLORENCE NNEBE
Dr. FLORENCE NNEBE
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