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Travel with Baby

As long as the child is healthy, it is quite safe to travel at the age of three months. If the baby is exclusively on breast milk, it will be easier to take care of him.
When traveling with thebaby in a car, use an infant car seat (or another kind of infant carrier, on doctor’s recommendation). Makesure that the baby's head and body don't slump over when he or she is in the car seat. Rolled-up towels or receiving blankets can be used to give the baby support in the car seat.
The car seat should be installed in the back seat. When driving in the car with the baby, keep an eye on him/her by looking at him or her in the rear-view mirror. Or ask someone to ride in the back seat with the baby.
The baby should never be left alone in the car, not even for a few minutes.
When travelling with a child, take the necessary preventive vaccinations, stick to the mineral water and avoid eating in an unhygienic place.
In case of air travel, wait for the baby to be of 3 months of age. Putthe plugs and keep the child pacifier in the baby’s mouth while travelling. The baby may need to be feed (breast milk or otherwise) during the plane take off and landing so the change inair pressure does not affect him (and his earswill not pop).

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