A Solo Parent’s Guide To International Travel With Kids


Don’t Over Pack

It can be tempting to over pack to make sure that you have everything you could possibly need when you’re traveling alone with kids. However, when you’re juggling little ones and multiple bags you might start to have regrets.

Take A Carrier Or Stroller

Car seats and stroller don’t count as baggage when traveling, so it can be checked it at the ticket counter or at the gate.

Check-In For Your Flight  24 Hours In Advance

This will save you time when you get to the airport, and most especially it will help you avoid the long airport check in lines which can be difficult to navigate when traveling alone with kids.

Consider a Red-Eye

Put them in their jammies, bring along their favorite stuffed animal or blanket, and let them sleep through the drive or the flight.