Tell people that you're thinking of taking a long bus, plane or train journey with your precious newborn and they'll probably ask if you're feeling all right. Still, there are some that say travel with a newborn is a lot easier than trying to keep an energetic toddler quiet for hours on end. Newborn babies tend to sleep a lot and are usually easy to pacify with the breast or bottle.
So what should you take with you before attempting travel with newborn babies? Don't even think about leaving home until you've read our travel with a newborn checklist. From muslin squares to the softest baby blankets, it has all the kit you need to make travel with newborn babies a doddle. And if there's something you've forgotten, don't worry because the items are just a click away on the Kiddicare website.
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Taking your newborn on public transport? Why not print off our checklist and tick things off as you pack them? And don't worry if there's something you've forgotten as many of the items on our public transport with a newborn checklist are available to buy on our site.
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