My daughter loved her daily (and nightly) infant massages, especially after having had her evening bath. My two sons were more ready to move on to the next activity, particularly snoozing or drooling. Bib, please! With a new baby at home, traveling anywhere becomes easier with a well-prepared baby bag. What's the secret to properly packing your baby's diaper bag? Organize your baby care essentials with Baby Magic baby products for travel and home.
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Organize Baby Care Essentials with Baby Magic for Travel and Home
-Diapers - ideally one diaper per hour away from home
-Changing Pad - reusable, disposable, or small blanket
-Baby Wipes - useful for diaper changes, messy faces, or hands
-Wet Bags - storage for wet or soiled items, avoid suffocation risk of plastic bags
-Baby Blanket - works as cover, changing pad, bib, shade, nursing cover
-Baby Bibs/Cloths - drool, eating on-the-go
-Extra Clothing - accidents happen!
-Baby Bottles - remember an ice pack!
-Milk/Formula - store in food grade resealable bag for extra protection
-Baby Wash - little one will need a little
-Baby Lotion - soothe and moisturize baby skin to avoid dryness
- Diaper Rash Cream - toss in a travel or sample size to have ready
-Baby First Aid Kit - include any medications and ice pack if needed
-Pacifier/Comfort Item - tuck away a spare, if possible
-Baby Toys/Books - for entertaining while out and about
-Baby Food/Snacks - according to child's nutritional needs
-Water - stay hydrated!
Hand Sanitizer - very helpful, keep away from the little ones
Tissues - never leave home without them
Sunscreen/Hat - consult physician for SPF recommendations
Nail Clippers - little nails tend to be very sharp
Baby Carrier - if you're leaving the stroller, bring along your carrier
-Emergency Contacts - ICE (In Case of Emergency)
Remember to pack your personal essentials, such as-
-Pen and Paper
With these basic essential items in your diaper bag, you're prepared to travel with your little one. Consider special circumstances, such as allergies or dietary concerns, for your baby and yourself. Remember to pack an ample supply of diapers and wipes, restocking your baby bag regularly. Here are a few baby care essential to keep in supply at home and on-the-go.
Baby Magic Lavender and Chamomile Calming Baby Lotion is a rich and creamy baby lotion enhanced with Vitamins and Aloe formulated with real Lavender and Chamomile extracts to calm your baby. When bedtime is near, a tender massage with our Calming Baby Lotion will help your baby sleep while keeping skin moisturized all through the night.
Extra sensitive and dry skin needs extra moisturizing with Baby Magic Creamy Baby Oil. This unique blend of oil and lotion helps to soften and seal in the natural moisture of your baby’s skin, and is gentle enough for even the most delicate skin.
Baby Magic is a true legacy brand – we believe in tradition. and that nothing bonds parents together like shared experiences. Take comfort in knowing that when you bathe your little one with Baby Magic, that just a few short years ago – your parents were probably doing the same. For over 65 years, we’ve been creating magical baby smiles from one generation to another, and bonds that last a lifetime.
When packing your diaper bag, keep in mind that you will be carrying your little one in addition to your baby’s diaper bag, avoid struggling with a heavy bag. Pack light, refilling used items as needed.
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