4. Bring Your Own Nightlight
It may seem like a no brainer, but you can easily forget that the same child who needs a nightlight at home will probably need one in a strange new place. Do yourself a favor and just buy a “travel” light that you can keep you in your suitcase for all your trips. It will end up helping you navigate your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night too!
5. Suction Cupped Caddies
Avoid having to pull over every 10 miles because someone can’t find something and find a new useful purpose for your sink caddy. Stick it to the side or back window and store crayons, headphones or other small toys in reach of your kids. They’ll thank you!
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6. Pack a First-Aid Kit
You’re a mom. You know your kids get sick or hurt themselves in the most inopportune times. Instead of relying on the hotel concierge or having to drive a strange city in the middle of the night for children’s motrin, pack your own first aid kit with bandaids, advil, antibacterial spray and anything else you think may come in handy.