5 Things To Bring When Going Out With Your Toddler



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In addition to the conventional items, such as diapers, wipes, and a change of clothes, there are some lesser-known items that can make your outings more enjoyable and stress-free!

When going out with a toddler, preparation is key to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience for both the child and the parents. In this article, we will discuss five unconventional things to bring when going out with your toddler:

1. Sippy Cups

Photo Credit: Evorie

A sippy cup can help prevent spills and keep your toddler hydrated.¬†Evorie Tritan‚ĄĘ Baby 360 Straw Water Bottle Sippy Cup is a game changer when teaching your toddler how to drink independently. The ergonomic handles and soft straw make it comfortable and easy for toddlers to grasp and sip. This is perfect for children 6 months and above who are learning to drink on their own. Watching your child become more independent is a wonderful feeling, and this cup has made the process even more enjoyable.

Get yours today at Evorie’s Official Website for just $22.90.

2. Washable Crayons And A Coloring Book

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Coloring books and crayons can be a great way to keep your toddler entertained, but they often create a mess. To avoid crayon markings on restaurant tables or other public surfaces, bring washable crayons and a coloring book.

The Crayola Silly Scents Mini Art Case is a portable, reusable, and mess-free alternative that allows your toddler to unleash their creativity while keeping things tidy.

Get your hands on this washable mini art case today at Toysrus for $44.99.

3. Inflatable Travel Potty Seat

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Public restrooms can be intimidating and uncomfortable for toddlers, especially if they are still in the potty-training phase. An inflatable travel potty seat provides a familiar and comfortable option for your little one. These seats easily inflate and deflate, fitting securely over most standard toilet seats. They are lightweight, easy to clean, and can be folded into a compact size, making them an ideal addition to your diaper bag.

Visit Mothercare today and choose the perfect inflatable travel potty seat for your little one starting at $18.90.

4. Compact Foldable Stroller Blanket

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Sometimes a regular blanket is just too bulky to bring along, especially when you're already carrying a diaper bag and other essentials. A compact foldable stroller blanket is a practical solution for those moments when your toddler needs some extra warmth or comfort. Made from lightweight yet insulating materials, these blankets can be easily folded and stored in a small pouch, making them perfect for outings. They can also be attached to the stroller, ensuring they won't get lost during your adventures.

Lazada provides a fantastic variety of foldable stroller blanket options for you to select for $42.77.

5. Portable Play Mat

Photo Credit: Pupsik Studio

Let's face it, toddlers are unpredictable and may need a break from their stroller or want to stretch their legs while they’re out and about. A portable play mat offers a clean and comfortable space for your toddler to play or rest, no matter where you are. These mats are typically water-resistant, easy to clean, and can be folded into a compact size, making them a convenient addition to your on-the-go arsenal.

You could try checking out baby stores such as Mothercare or Pupsik Studio, to buy one for your little ones. The prices range from $50 to $120.

With this list of five unconventional items, we hope that it will help better equip you to handle any situation that arises with your toddler, as well as enhance the quality of your adventures with your little one.



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This article is prepared by

Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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