My Best Tips for Traveling with Toddlers – Part 3
Family vacations can be a lot of fun. Your family gets to spend time together. A lot of time together, and your toddler loves this. Time away means more hours with you and much fewer good-byes. It also means more relaxing time, for everyone. Your toddler astutely picks up on your emotions, so when you’re chillin’ out, they are as well. It’s no wonder, then, that returning home from vacation and back to the normal day-to-day routine requires some adjustment. Like many events in your little one’s life, shifting from vacation mode back to home life isn’t automatic. Think of this as another transition for your toddler. They need some time, and your patience, to make the switch.
In my last post, Traveling with Toddlers Part 2, I shared my tips for enjoying your time away, and today I’ll give you my best advice for making the transition back home.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TODAY: Make the transition easy, and not abrupt.