Traveling with young kids, especially 2 young kids can be daunting, and one of the

 

So I looked into alternatives and given that J will be 3 when we travel and I want to move away from using the buggy as much – T is not keen a buggy board seemed the perfect answer. Whilst hunting around I noticed that Kiddicare website has a buggy board checker for one of the brands that we had looked at in the past. We have 2 other buggies and our Phil & Teds and when we used the checker it came back as all 3 having 8/10 or higher for compatibility – the Lascal Maxi Buggy Board will fit all of them. We’re going to fit it on our O’Baby a light weight umbrella stroller which will be perfect for the holiday as is compact when folded and both J and T can sit in it without going over the weight limit with the buggy board on the back this will solve getting about with the two when we are needing to get somewhere fast.

 

Trunki

Whilst we were thinking about the journey we realised that unlike the first time that we traveled abroad with J when he was 13 months old this time he will have his own seat and also his own luggage allowance – having heard about Trunki’s and getting rave reviews about them from my Sister-in-law and parents about the one that my nephew has we searched and again Kiddicare came to our rescue with selection of different types. A dinosaur one was ordered and we have had a lot of fun playing going on holiday with it. It has the added bonus of being able to sit on and we can pull J along at the airport if he doesn’t want to stand on the buggy board but equally doesn’t want to walk.

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Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, high school teacher and mum. Realising that life doesn't have to be put on hold and you don't just have to survive whilst the kids are young she shares ideas to inspire you to LIVE with the kids, with activities to do together, recipes to cook and enjoy and family travel to make memories to last a lifetime.

2 Comments

  1. Having seen the trunkis in action at many airports I think they are a brilliant idea. Z had a tiger one which he sat on, or pulled along himself. A dinosaur one sounds great fun. I’m sure J will love it.

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