Traveling With Kids Holiday Survival Guide

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Tips and Products to Simplify Your Holiday Travels

SALT LAKE CITY, UT (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- It's that time of year again and parents are starting to think about traveling over the holidays. Whether it's a road trip to see family and friends, a ski vacation or an airplane ride to a warm sunny beach, Traveling With Kids ( can ease the pressure of traveling with children.

"We believe that any time you leave your house with your children, you're traveling with kids. Whether you're going across town or around the world, we've found practical and useful information and products to make these trips safer and easier," said Beth McGregor co-founder of Traveling With Kids. *(Caption: Co-founder Beth McGregor.)

Traveling With Kids offers parents tips, checklists and great products to simplify your holiday trip - whether you're traveling with infants, toddlers, school age children or all of them at once! "We've searched the globe for the best and smartest products," adds McGregor. "Our goal is to provide parents with the information and products they need to keep their children safe and entertained while traveling, across town or around the world."

Holiday Travel Tips & Products

Teach your children to know and use your first & last name in a public place. If they become separated from you, they'll be able to tell authorities their Mommy's name so they locate you faster. Plus the fastest way to get your attention is to have some one call your name.

Keep a current photo of your children in your diaper bag or wallet. The fastest way to find a lost child is with a current photo. The photo can be copied quickly and posted with security at all exits.

Keep your children busy on your next trip. A bored child is a mischievous child. Whether it's a road or airplane trip bring along fun new toys and activities to keep them entertained.

If you're traveling with toddlers and school-age children, make them "travel buddies" so they keep an eye on each other. Offer prizes along the way to motivate them to "stay together."

Dress them in the same colored clothes so you can easily find them in a crowd. For example you only have to look for Red shirts and jeans rather than 2-3 different outfits.

Don't be afraid to use a safety harness on small wandering children. It's better to be safe than sorry. There are some cute new harnesses that look like animal backpacks - your child won't even know she's wearing one. has some great products to help parents keep their children happy and safe while away from home.

Keep them safe!

Here are some important safety products. The Animal Harness Buddy harness, KidTagz identity shoe tags, Identitee Contact Stick-on Card, RideSafer Travel Vest, Baby B'Air Infant/Toddler Flight Vest, and the Travel Childproofing Kit.

Keep them Entertained!

Try our exclusive toy filled Treasure Bags, the Back Seat Survival Game Pack, Magnetic Princess Dress Up Dolls, Magic Pen Painting, Fire Station Magnetic Play Scene, Suction Cup Critters, or the Taby Tray car seat and stroller lap tray.

Make it Easy!

The GoGo Kidz Travelmate Car Seat Trolley, turns a car seat into a stroller, the Convertible Backpack/Stroller and KangaKid daypack/child carrier are great multi-use products, the Bandicoot and Marsupial bags work like diaper bags but don't look like one, the Child's Portable Air Bed is a must and once you've tried the T2 Travel Cot/Crib you'll throw away the play yard!

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Founded in 2004, is dedicated to finding products and information to simplify Traveling with Kids, Across Town or Around the World. The company was founded by Beth McGregor and Lorna Evenden and is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. Contact us at 801-864-4826 or visit

Beth McGregor, co-founder of Traveling With Kids LLC has appeared on national and regional television shows sharing travel tips and demonstrating the latest and greatest products for traveling with kids. Ms. McGregor is available for interviews and appearances upon request at beth @ or by calling 801-864-4826.

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