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    Default What to take in carry on - 3 month old

    As the title suggest, I'm after tips or ideas as to what to take in my carry on luggage for dd who will be 3.5 months. We are travelling down to Sydney for 5 days, just dd and I, from Brisbane and then a week after we get back we're off to Fiji with dh for 2 weeks. I'm worried I'll forget something important!

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    As little as possible. Nappies, wipes, change of clothes, dummy ect. Bottle of boiled water if you need to make formula, formula. Maybe a shiny rattle of something.

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    Are you only taking carry on luggage?

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    You are entitled to take your nappy bag as well as a piece of carry on when travelling with an infant. Make sure you have a change of clothes of each of you incase of a poo or spew accident, then just your normal nappy bag contents.

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    3.5 months they dont need much.
    When I traveled with DD and she was that little Id make a couple of ready to go kits with zip lock bags, nappy wipes a change of clothes bum cream and a use and throw change mat, so I could just grab and go without having to carry the nappy bag in those tiny plane toilets.
    I always made sure I had a short onesie and a long one, sometimes planes can be freezing sometimes it's hot... you never know.
    I also love to have a muslin wrap with me it's great I'd use it as a blanket/wrap/emergency carrier/privacy blanket when feeding (if you breastfeed)
    A dummy in case her ears block, and maybe some panadol if it starts to hurt but I've never had to use it.
    Tissues and a couple of small towels (hand ones kinda small) for slobber/throw up clean ups.
    And a change of clothes for me... Id always go for the smallest stuff like tights and a long shirt or a skirt and a top nothing bulky, just in case there's an accident... which has happened... so I strongly suggest that!
    Just think about what you'd need if she pooped and it was all over... and then if you fed her and she threw up on you... worst case scenarios, what will you need to grab and in what order? then you'll know what to pack and how.
    enjoy your holiday!!

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    Ooo good thinking I wouldn't have thought to take clothes for myself!

    I'm going to take a piece of checked in luggage too, mostly so I can take her play mat, co sleeper etc with me.

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