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When your baby has to go everywhere you go, getting out of the house can be hard. They require more luggage for one day than you need for a whole week. On top of that, they need to be fed and changed regularly, and it’s not always easy to find somewhere to do either. But having a baby shouldn’t confine you to your home. With the right things packed in your bag and a plan in place, you should be able to get out of the house and explore with your baby. Deciding where to go might be daunting, but there are some great places for both you and your baby.
Relax in a Family-friendly Coffee Shop
Enjoying a coffee, especially with friends, isn’t something you want to only do at home for the next year of your life. Even if you have your baby with you, you can enjoy a relaxed cup of joe (or herbal tea) in a comfortable coffee shop. It’s a great way to get out of the house without having to exert yourself too much. But there’s also plenty going on to keep your baby entertained, from chatting and music to colorful art on the walls. A family-friendly coffee shop is handy if you can find one. They’ll have space for strollers, changing facilities, and maybe somewhere quiet for a feed too.
Go to a Baby Show
If you’re looking for a baby-filled day, an event dedicated to parenting a baby has to be one of your best options. Baby shows give you a day or even two or more packed full of seminars and activities for you and your baby. You can get advice from baby experts on parenting matters, watching shows and seminars on stage. There are activities for you and your baby too, from entertaining shows to funny competitions. You can find local baby shows by looking online.
Catch a Baby-friendly Movie
Going to the cinema with a baby wasn’t a possibility not too long ago unless you were prepared to leave the moment your baby so much as whimpered. But now many theaters have baby-friendly screenings just for parents and their little ones. They’re shown at convenient times for parents and babies, and they can turn the volume down on the movie too, so it doesn’t hurt your baby’s delicate ears. If there are no special baby-friendly screenings, you can try going at a quieter time.
Just Go for a Walk
When was the last time you just went for a walk? If you’re desperate to get out of the house, you don’t have to have anywhere in particular to go. Going for an aimless wander can be a great way to get out and get some fresh air. Strap your baby into their sling or stroller and explore your neighborhood or go to the nearest store. You don’t have to go far to enjoy a trip with your baby.
There’s no need to be too worried about leaving the house with your baby. If you’re well prepared, you’ll survive your trip.