Indirectly, your child will determine the location of your vacation … Yes! Indeed, until the age of 18 months, destinations with a temperate climate are preferred. And from 2 to 3 years, distant destinations can be considered. However, where vaccines are mandatory and where the risks of malaria and gastroenteritis are high. These are not really resorts tailored to toddlers …
Jet lag is another factor to consider. Be sure to follow the rhythm of the child. It is not recommended to select destinations in more than three hours time difference. This could disrupt the biological clock of the toddler, and the tire unnecessarily.
Make sure your diet
Just because you’re on vacation you should relax your attention. So when you give fruits and vegetables to your toddler, make sure they are cooked or peeled. Proper hydration is crucial. If you go in a hot country, do not make him drink tap water. And this recommendation applies to the whole family. Prefer bottled water, you uncap yourself. Finally, make sure the meat you serve it is cooked. If you would use cheese, make sure it is made from pasteurized milk. This will avoid the risk of food poisoning.
In your case, the health record should be high, easily accessible even while traveling. The same goes for orders, if your child is undergoing medical treatment or is prone to certain diseases. Also remember to carry a kit that will include a thermometer, bandages, disinfectant, splinter forceps, rehydration sachets, an antipyretic to reduce fever, not to mention the record of medicines in children carried in their original packaging avoid errors.
In summary, be sure to follow these 10 tips to go with confidence:
– Always carry a first aid kit;
– Submit to drink regularly to your child, and always carry a bottle of water and a mist;
– Renew the regular sun protection;
– Do not forget a pair of sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat;
– Think about the beach shoes depending on the field. The beaches of sand, pebbles or even dead corals, are not equally hospitable …;
– When he goes swimming, always accompany him;
– Bring it to a plastic identification bracelet, available in pharmacies. Include your mobile number with international code if you are abroad;
– Insects, avoid the often toxic insecticide sprays for the child. Prefer taken scattering;
– Equip the armbands, a buoyancy vest or buoy …
– Avoid too large buoys that could be dangerous.