If you’re a well-seasoned traveler, then chances are you’re probably going to want to pass that trait on to your kids. But we suggest that you hold your horses because traveling with a child is a lot easier said than done—especially when your child is a baby. But we know you’re eager to share that passion of your life with them, so let’s get into this fun topic: can you travel with a baby?
Not An Infant
Let’s first get the obvious out of the way. If your baby is more like a newborn infant, then you better get all traveling ideas out of your mind. Your kid is way too young. In fact, we’re even surprised you considered it.
In The First Year
However, as your baby starts to grow and become more capable of doing various things, traveling doesn’t seem so out of the question. However, just because you can travel with them doesn’t mean you should. At this point of their young lives, any kind of traveling should be limited to very calm things. We’re talking non-harsh weather, first-world countries, and safe accommodations. We’re talking relaxing trails, not massive mountains. Leave the mountain scaling for when they’re older!