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During the Christmas holiday, there is every chance that you will be taking a long car journey with your little ones to visit family or friends away from home. We nearly all dread this element of time away from home, but with a little help it needn't be a total nightmare. Here are some tips!
Travelling with a new or tiny baby. Pack up the car and then feed well and then leave quickly. Hopefully they will be lulled to sleep by the motion of the car, and you'll have a nice, quiet journey. When the next feed is due, try and stop around this time and feed in a service stop or somewhere calm and warm. Then head back on the road, and they are likely to nod off again. Keep some favourite toys nearby so you can clip them to the car seat if they wake and need amusement.
Travelling with toddlers. This may be a bit more of a challenge as they get tired and bored and restless sitting in one position in a car for too long. It's understandable, really!
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