Going to beach with your baby and family, Don’t know what all things are needed. Here in this blog you will know important planning for baby going to beach.
1. Prepare beforehand: If you’re planning to spend a day (or more) at the beach, do yourself a favor and start preparing the day before. Packing all the essentials ahead of time will save you from rushing around the morning of.
Have your diaper bag ready: Be sure to include wipes, diapers, sun lotion, baby powder, a change of clothes, and snacks!
Easy travel: A jogging stroller with rubber tires is a MUST. They glide easily through the sand and (bonus!) your little one might fall asleep in it for an on-the-go nap.
Pack a back-up: Having a diaper bag in the car will ensure your must-haves are at the ready and sand-free for the ride home.
2.Keep them cool: You can use natural baby sunscreen, but it’s best to keep them out of direct sun as much as you can. Consider a big beach umbrella or canopy. Some moms recommend a small pop-up tent for on the shore naps.
3. Basic needs: Along with (or in place of) your stroller, bring a pull wagon to pack coolers, beach chairs and bulky gear. Sand toys are great for older kids, but your baby will be occupied discovering sand, shells, and waves. Digging their hands in the sand alone will keep them entertained.
4. Keep up with your schedule: Be back in time for your bedtime routine to prevent your little one from getting overtired. Even if your nightly routine doesn’t usually include a bath, make time for one tonight so the baby can fall asleep sans-sand.
5. Pack snacks: If baby is drinking straight from the breast, a light sarong will do as a cover-up if you want one. If baby is hitting the bottle, place supplies in a cooler. If baby has started solids, bring enough puree or finger-foods. Also, if baby’s older than six months, bring that sippy cup—you’ll want him to stay extra-hydrated. And remember, a fed and hydrated mama is a happy one—pack snacks and water for yourself too!