Flying with a baby can be stressful at the best of times, but in this pandemic-era it’s only natural for parent’s anxiety levels to increase. Most families will be excited to get back to their normal travel experiences. While other families will be thinking about travelling with a baby for the first time. Here are some travel tips you may want to consider before your next family adventure.
We understand the struggles (and logistics!) that you face when you are flying with a baby.
CoziGo was created to make it easier for parents just like you. It is a multi-functional airplane bassinet cover.
With CoziGo your baby will get to sleep easier, stay asleep longer and give you the rest you need on a plane so you arrive as refreshed as possible.
Avoid the pain of a disrupted sleep routine with a CoziGo Airplane Bassinet Cover.
Plus, when you’re not flying CoziGo doubles as a stroller and pram sun shade cover.
There are still many destinations with restrictions or vaccination requirements. Do your homework so that you know what’s required not only to enter the country but restaurants and tourist attractions.
Requirements continue to change often so make sure you check these requirements right up to your departure.
PACK PLENTY OF SANITISER & WIPES
Babies and toddlers touch everything and then often put their hands in their mouths. Using baby-safe sanitiser and baby wipes to wipe down surfaces on planes, in hotels and restaurants will reduce the amount of germs your little one could potentially come into contact with.
Remember to pack toys that clip on or are harder to throw onto the floor.
If someone in your family becomes unwell, having your own supply of covid-tests will help you to quickly diagnose if it's covid or not.
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Life changing for long-haul flights
I recommend the CoziGo to everyone. I had to take my son from London UK to Vancouver Canada three times over six months as my mother was unwell. The CoziGo meant he slept 90% of the time on all flights. Not so for all the other crying babies on those flights. The zippers meant I could easily peak in to check on him and carefully give him a dreamfeed undisturbed. I only wish I knew about it with my first child. Thank you for creating this. You are my hero!
Also, I'm a firm believer in not being housebound with napping kids. It's depressing and there's too much to do! This is the answer.