Deciding to take that first trip away with a little one can be very daunting. You might find you’ve packed everything but the kitchen sink, while being constantly worried how much of a nightmare it might all turn out to be.

We have a great list of products that may just make your trip a little easier. Whether it’s a vacation or staycation you’re planning this summer, we have some fab products you’ll definitely want to include in your suitcase.

TechSixtyFour Gator Children’s Watch, Blue from John Lewis

mifold Grab and Go Booster Seat, Denim Blue from John Lewis

Yezz Air from Quinny

Mini First Aid Kit from LittleLife

Penguin Snuggle Pod from LittleLife

Dinosaur Travel Pillow from LittleLife

My Carry Potty Bee from Cheaky Rascals

City Tour from Baby Jogger

50+ SPF Suncream from Childs Farm

After Sun Lotion from Childs Farm

Original Deluxe from Snooze Shade


Aquaint Sanitising Water from Vital Baby

XXS Stroller from Mothercare

Medela Quick-Clean Micro-Steam Bag from Mothercare

Bramble Design from Totseat

MyCarrier from Stokke

Vichy Face and Body Gentle Milk SPF 50+ from Feel Unique

Mini Portable Soother Steriliser from Milton

Antibacterial Surface Wipes from Milton

Solo Travel System from Milton

Progressive and Inflatable Bath Tube from Babymoov

Travel Bottle Warmer from Babymoov

Baby’s Care Kit from Babymoov

Classic Travel Cot – Love You To The Moon And Back from Mothercare

mGo UV Parasol from Mothercare

Gro Anywhere Blackout Blind from Mothercare

Pokémon Poké Ball Teen Headphones from Smyths Toys

Pasito a Pasito Changing bag Large Atelier from Shanael

Tony The Taxi Trunki

BumGo from Shnuggle

Cross Country S3 Child Carrier from LittleLife

About The Author

Christina Walter
Product Features Editor & Blogger

Christina Walter is our product features editor and researcher here at My Baba. She's Ellie's sister, and mum to 6 year old George, and 4 year old Maisie. Besides finding and testing out the latest products and reporting back to our readers in the shape of My Baba's awesome product feature columns, Christina shares her amusing day-to-day experiences of family life.

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