How to Have an Incredible Day Trip With Your Kids

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18 thoughts on “How to Have an Incredible Day Trip With Your Kids”

  1. We love taking day trips. Sometimes travel with the kids can be complicated. We always make sure that the kids have snacks & toys for the car ride, because they can get antsy sitting still for a long time!

  2. These are all great tips. Traveling with kids is a great experience, but it can be a hassle if you don’t do it right.

  3. Such great tips. I love the layers, easy to remove easy to put back on. Love it.

  4. We usually plan day trips in advance so we have a general idea on what we need, what to wear, and type of activities are involved. Sometimes we go with the flow and wing it though. I want to take my kids to the museum.

  5. These are great tips to make the best out of a family trip! Making sure that everyone feels included and enjoy themselves is so important.

  6. These are such great tips – the layers one is one I always managed to forget for myself. I will one day get it right 😉 lol x

  7. These are really great tips for a day trip. I always take my grand kids with me wherever I go and they get bored and start the “are we there yet” question if I don’t take plenty for them to do on the drive.

  8. Great post Brandy! Feel much more equipped to take the kiddos to a road trip now, thanks for the tips!

  9. With the kids being on Spring Break this week, we’ve been day-tripping every day! I have been trying to make sure that every day has at least one thing that each person really wants to do or see. So far, so good!

  10. These are great tips. I always try to find something that works for all of our kids ages since they are a wide range.

  11. Great suggestions! I always wonder if I could have handled the challenges that come with multiple kids and reaching them each with the things they’re interested in.

  12. My little girl isn’t really old enough to go on day trips yet – But I can’t wait until she is : )

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