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    Question What do you pack for holidays?

    Many of us would've been away on holidays recently, from camping, to the beach, even snow holidays. I know I always end up forgetting to pack something important, so what are the essentials for your kids and what do you always forget?

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    Default What do you pack for holidays?

    Hire as much equipment as you can! So much easier. Some places you can even hire boxes of toys!

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    Default What do you pack for holidays?

    Pack Brolly sheets for cots/beds, several water bottles, two of your own pillowcases, panadol for all ages, muesli bars, coin purse full of change, insect repellant and some new toys that have previously not been seen for the actual traveling.

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    Default What do you pack for holidays?

    I pretty much just pack an entire department store lol! We did cruises when DD was little because there's not the limits of luggage like on planes!!

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    What about specifically for a few days at the beach? Seeing as it has been unmercifully hot lately..


 

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