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Keeping Baby Comfy When Traveling (Infographic)

April 17, 2017

Keeping Baby Comfy When Traveling (Infographic)

Knowing how to keep your baby comfortable when travelling can make the difference between a dream trip or a nightmare journey. Before you set out, there are some key things to keep in mind:

1. Dress Baby In Layers

An overheated baby can be a sicky one, and a cold one will let you know she isn’t happy. By dressing her in layers you have the flexibility to manage different temperatures.

2. Fans For Summer

A handheld battery operated fan can be a godsend when travelling with your baby in cars, buses, and trains in hot weather.

3. Locate Change Tables

All airports have parents rooms, and planes and trains have change tables available on board. Locate those nearest you to make nappy change time easy.

4. Keep Yourself And Bub Hydrated

The air in airplanes can become dry so ensure you and bubs stay well hydrated by drinking plenty of water. If you’re breastfeeding, bubs may want to feed more often.

5. Dress for Comfort

Breastfeeding can be challenging when travelling long distances, so for mums to be able to wear something they can feed in comfortably and discreetly, well, that’s what Peachymama’s for ;)


Check out Peachymama’s range of breastfeeding tops, tank tops, dresses and clothing and give yourself 10% off with this discount code, PEACHYTRAVEL10.



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Size Chart

So that you get an accurate measurement using our sizing chart make sure you wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust and hips. When measuring your bust it is recommended you wear your breastfeeding/nursing bra. 

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Simple Version

(Peachymama Sizes = Australian Sizes)

XS = 8-10

S = 10-12

M = 12-14

L = 14-16

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