Amazon Toddler Accessories I can’t travel without

One of my favorite things is traveling as a family. We travel a lot for work and for fun, we tried so many different gadgets that I wanted to try and keep a list of my real favorites. Over the years there have been many amazing travel accessories for kids that make traveling a lot easier.

Details: Scooter Suitcase | Phone Holder | Web Travel Car Seat | DOONA wandering DOONA TRIKE | Wireless kid headphones

The Donna Stroller (Stroller / Corset Combo) is one of the ultimate baby buys we used every single day when we had our first Oli and Donna Trike is the equivalent for young children. After Oli left the car seat we graduated to Donna Trike and we use it all. The. The timing is a mix between a trike and a stroller and is suitable for young children, both when traveling or working at home, walking, etc. It is on your shoulders when it is not being used. It is super lightweight and a great carry-on size so it is perfect for flight, road trip or everyday use. People always stop and ask us about it. Definitely a small baby accessory that will change the way you travel.

This phone mount has been great for us to prepare our phone for our kids to watch a show at the airport or to launch Oli’s show on the plane. It clips on the tray table so Oli doesn’t always change it and touch it. It’s under $ 25 and we use it even when we are not traveling, it is also great for Oli when he was out and about to work! Older kids love it too.

These scooter suitcases are genius! These carry shapes for all kids and can attach and disconnect from the scooter’s wheel base and even fold into a regular wheeler suitcase. If we have long vacations it entertains the kids at the airport and I like that they have a scooter to ride around when we are on vacation. It’s definitely more of a splurge but in my opinion it’s worth it. I also like how kids can use the scooter part alone, so it’s super versatile!

I prefer wireless headphones for Oli because he usually gets annoyed with the cords getting tangled and turning them on and off becomes a hassle. These baby size pairs cost under $ 30 and I like how they are made for babies and it is made with hearing protection so that the volume does not go too loud.

  • When Oli overtook Donna Stroller, I missed such an easy way to travel with a corset so I was excited when I got this travel car seat. We usually rent a car when we travel and drive outside and explore a lot so we had to have a car seat but it was a pain to get around a big, heavy corset. This travel car seat has been a complete game changer! It’s super lightweight and it folds into the carrying bag. (You can buy it here without the carry case – it comes in multiple colors.)

Let me know if you have any love of this travel accessory what you are excited to try!

xx, Christine

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.