Have a Travel with Kids? Here the Must Gear for Holiday you Have to Bring

One thing you can celebrate! Kids don’t actually need as much stuff as parents—especially new parents—may think. And the very best stuff takes up less space or does double-duty while still getting the job done. The end result? You get where you’re going comfortably and enjoy yourself more when you get there.

One thing you can celebrate! Kids don’t actually need as much stuff as parents—especially new parents—may think. And the very best stuff takes up less space or does double-duty while still getting the job done. The end result? You get where you’re going comfortably and enjoy yourself more when you get there.

Here’s what you’ll need to ace holiday travel with kids, whether you’re driving to grandma’s or flying halfway around the world.


Shacke Packing Cubes

When your favorite suitcase is now the family suitcase, grab these colorful cubes from Shacke to streamline packing and unpacking. Assign every family member a different hue and have everyone fill their own to take a little something off your plate.

Zinc Flyte Kids Luggage Scooter

Zinc’s wheeled carryons with built-in kickboard scooters may inspire your pint-size travelers to keep tabs on their own stuff for once. And if you’re jealous, don’t be! There are grownup versions, too, complete with built in Bluetooth speakers.

HEXIN’s Large Travel Duffel Bag

Bring along a pair of these lightweight but large nylon duffel bags from HEXIN if you expect you’ll be hauling holiday gifts home. They fold nearly flat when empty but hold a lot when fully loaded for the return trip—just remember to factor in baggage fees!

Lil’ Gadgets Connect+ Headphones

You have one screen and multiple kids… sounds like a recipe for disaster. But it’s not a problem when they have Lil’ Gadgets’ linkable, volume-limiting Connect+ headphones. Assuming they can agree on a movie, of course.

Go-Go Babyz Travelmate Car Seat Stroller

Ultralight collapsible add-ons from Go-Go Babyz turn any car seat into a mini stroller. While they’re not recommended for tough terrain, they are perfect for zipping through airport terminals and for short city walks.

The CARES Strap

When bringing a full-size car seat on the plane seems excessive, but you still need to keep a wiggly kiddo contained during takeoff and landing, the FAA-approved CARES strap system converts the airline seatbelt into a secure five-point harness.

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