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Our Top Tips For Travelling With Kids

If there is one thing that all parents dread, it has to be travelling with their kids. Travelling can be very frustrating sometimes when you are on your own, so if you add kids to the mix there is no wonder that this can end up being a nightmare situation.

However, it doesn’t always have to be so bad. There are plenty of things that you can do to ensure that your journey goes without a hitch. If you follow these tips, you should find that you and the rest of your family start to enjoy travelling a lot more!


Take Plenty Of Portable Entertainment Options

One of the main things you will need to contend with is boredom. As soon as your kids start to feel bored, they will be a lot more likely to misbehave and get upset. So, you just need to make sure that you pack a few portable entertainment options so that your kids are occupied for the whole way. Books are great, and it’s also worth packing an iPad so your kids can relax in front of their favourite show. If you take a look in your local toy shop, you should also find some travel games which should also be a big hit as well. You might want to order some plush toys, like a  Nana Huchy, and some cool kids’ books, like the Little Big People series, in advance of your trip.


Don’t Forget Some Snacks And Drinks

As soon as kids start to feel hungry, they will start to complain and could become very annoying indeed! So, make sure you pack plenty into your kids’ Olli Ella See-ya Suitcase or Olli Ella Bannet Bag. Rather than offering them sugary carbonated drinks, you should always have a couple of bottles of water on hand. Similarly, pack healthy snacks so that your kids don’t end up too hyper after eating sugar.


Give Yourself Plenty Of Time

Travelling with kids can take a bit longer than usual. You might need to make more toilet breaks on car journeys, for instance, and getting through airport security could also be slower as well. So, no matter whether you are travelling by car, plane, or ferry, always give yourself plenty of time so that holdups never ruin any of your plans.


Always Explain The Trip In Advance

If kids don’t understand what is going on, they could become anxious and upset. Even though going away on holiday should be an exciting time, a long journey and not knowing exactly where they are going could make them nervous. So, be sure to fully explain the journey to them in advance and let them know where you are going and how you are going to get there.


Expect Some Issues Along The Way

Journeys don’t always go as smoothly as you might like, so it’s essential that you expect a few hiccoughs along the way. If you can plan for some potential ones in advance, then you will be able to work past them effectively and can make sure that they don’t spoil your trip too much.

Travelling with kids doesn’t have to be that hard – you just need to use all these great tips!


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The Olli Ella SeeYa Suitcase is the must have travel accessory!

It can be wheeled to and from airport gates, stations or around the garden by small folk (2-6 years old). Not just for travel, the See-Ya is the perfect place to store treasures and toys, and nothing looks sweeter than one of these trunks in a bedroom or playroom


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