Items May Have Shifted: How to Travel With Your Baby or Toddler – NJS Kaye

Do you know why babies really cry on planes? Or what sends the most traveling tots to the hospital? Believe it or not, infants used to be stowed in the overhead compartment on airplanes. There is a better way, and it involves duct tape.

It is easy to travel with babies, toddlers, even twins, without losing your mind or your moxie! Combining tested guerrilla tactics with scholarly research, Items May Have Shifted: How to Travel With Your Baby or Toddler offers guidance on everything from altitude sickness to zoological hazards for the under 5 set.

This book will help you:
• Develop goodwill on an airplane with a crying baby
• Master the B STUPID packing list
• Get a picky toddler to eat mystery food
• Unpack your emotional baggage
• Childproof a hotel room with no equipment
• Decide when to whine and when to wine

Chapters include: Packing and Hacking, Flying, Accommodation, Eating on the Go, and Health and Safety. The book also offers links to additional resources for readers.

How is this book different from other “travel with baby” guides?
• MacGyver approach to common sense (you would be surprised what you can do with a shoelace, duct tape, pipe cleaners, and a sock)
• Doing the maximum with the minimum supplies
• Supported by scholarly research, including medical journals

So don’t rip up your passport! Tear around the world instead!