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Caroline and Clark's Family Travel Tips

Caroline and Clark took their 8-month-old on a family trip to Italy in late 2016. They shared a few photos from the trip with us and a few travel tips, too.

~ Don't lose your sense of humor! Traveling with an infant can add its own set of challenges, so it's important to be able to laugh, and most importantly, laugh together.

~ Stay flexible. This is true any time you travel, but is especially true when traveling abroad with a baby!

~ Set realistic expectations. For us, it was unrealistic to think we could be sight-seeing late into the night. We were on the same page about this going in to the trip, which was great.

~ Staying organized was so important for us! Our bags allowed for easy access to things we needed on the go. Each bag is well thought and will last a lifetime. We carried an Aeronaut 45, Daylight Backpack, and various accessories.

Caroline is a Creative Stylist & Designer who tells stories by creating beautiful environments; Clark is a professional photographer who captures stories with his lens. Their home base is Nashville, Tennessee. Main photo by Cody Myers. Photos below are by Clark Brewer.

Caroline and Clark's Family Travel Tips | TOM BIHN Blog

Caroline and Clark's Family Travel Tips | TOM BIHN Blog

Caroline and Clark's Family Travel Tips | TOM BIHN Blog

Caroline and Clark's Family Travel Tips | TOM BIHN Blog

Caroline and Clark's Family Travel Tips | TOM BIHN Blog

Caroline and Clark's Family Travel Tips | TOM BIHN Blog

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  • TB Crew

    @Nels Ah! Those are all Size 3 Travel Stuff Sacks.

  • BethC

    Beautiful photography, and beautiful family!

  • Nels

    What size are the stuff sacks in the end pockets of the aeronaut?

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