Right now I am almost halfway into a trip that sounded like absolute madness when we planned it — two weeks traveling with a toddler, to two different locations. But as is usually this case, it’s actually going much better than anticipated. We’re down south visiting family this week and next, which meant we had to do a lot of prepping and planning ahead of time.
We have traveled with Cullen a lot in his short seventeen months. I think he’s been on something like ten or eleven roundtrip flights already – it’s nuts. And each time we get a bit more efficient and the process gets a bit more smooth. But no matter how seasoned we get, one thing never seems to change. Cullen travels with an unbelievable amount of stuff.
Of course, the needs change depending on where we are going. For this particular trip, we’ll be spending one week at a rental house on Hilton Head Island. So unlike when we visit family, we need to essentially bring everything ourselves. Despite needing all my grown up things like toiletries, a hair dryer, and various styles and colors of shoes, Cullen’s suitcase still seems to be bigger and heavier than mine.
Here are ten reasons why!
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