4 responses to “Road Trip Essentials For Kids”

  1. Allison Worthington


  2. Kristin

    I second the Benadryl. On our way back from Disney last year, my oldest broke out in hives. Thankfully we had children’s Benadryl in the medicine bag or we would have had to go in search of some. You can also print of some games online from sites like Nick Jr. and Walmart has some pretty neat magnetic sets.

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  3. Bluegrass Mama

    Dramamine in case of upset tummies. Added bonus: it puts them to sleep even better than Benadryl!

    Audiobooks. When our son was little, we’d pack him up with Disney books and the accompanying tapes, his Fisher Price tape player and a pair of headphones. I’m still convinced that’s why he’d taught himself to read by the time he was in kindergarten. Of course, that was 20 years ago, and I don’t know if you can even get books and audio together anymore. Longer children’s books that the whole family will enjoy are also great, though Miss A. may be a little young for those yet.

    And as mean mom who figures my kids watch enough TV at home, I have never allowed a DVD player in the car.

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  4. Mickey Coutts

    We absolutely need white noise (whether a sound machine or a fan) or no one will sleep!

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