One of the things I love most about motherhood is creating traditions with my son. Last year, I took my son apple picking along with a girlfriend and her daughter. My son loved running through the orchards and was excited to pick apples. It’s amazing to see your child experience things and watch it through their eyes. The two of them had a ball just running around and grabbing apples. The apple crisp I made that night definitely excited him too.
One of the things I am most proud about with my son is how much he’s traveled. We love to travel and wanted to continue to do so as a family. While my son may not remember these trips when he gets older, every trip I see my son grow in some way and certainly has a ball along the way.
I will not lie and say that it is easy to travel with a little one. Like at. alllll. Traveling can be stressful enough, adding a kid to the mix definitely makes things more interesting. One thing I always struggled with was the hotel. Besides getting 2 rooms, there isn’t an easy solution. If you’re in the same room, likely you won’t be getting restful sleep. We’ve even gone out of our way to stay in 1 bedroom suites and even then can be tough since you usually share a wall between the bedroom and living room.
Caring for your baby’s skin can be tricky. Babies’ skin tends to be more sensitive and you may have to deal with a host of potential issues from eczema, cradle cap, baby acne, redness, dry patches, redness inside of rolls and more. Initially, I didn’t think there was much difference in baby bath products other than preference. Once my son was born I found that a lot of products simply didn’t agree with my son’s skin. It definitely took some trial and error to find what would work effectively, yet was still gentle. These products became our must-haves that I used since my son was a newborn and still use on him today. Any products you love for your little one?