Mummy’s Quick Guide To Moving House With A Baby

Mummy’s Quick Guide To Moving House With A Baby

Moving to a new home can be an amazing step to establishing your family life. Now that you have a baby, a new home will surely pave way to images of trips to the park, or bonding sessions with the rest of the family. Of course, before we get to happy moments, we have to do a bit of hard work – in this case, moving with your baby. Considering your routine and the stress moving brings, moving with a baby seems to be daunting. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. 

Your Quick Guide To Moving With Your Baby

Of course, just because you’re now a mummy doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t make your baby’s moving experience enjoyable. Here are some tips you can follow to make sure your baby enjoys your move – be it with the family, or with moving companies

Get them to be familiar with travel: Babies don’t always get comfortable travelling, and this is understandable. However, you can condition your baby to be more comfortable with your moving by exposing them to opportunities to travel. This can make them more comfortable in the car or in the vehicle you’ll choose to travel.

  • Try to get your baby travelling even before the move. You can go to the nearby shopping centre or a nearby amusement park so they can get used to the idea of being in different places. The idea here is to get them used to the vehicle you’re going to use when you finally make the move.
  • Letting them get familiar with travelling can make helpful adjustments to their routine. They won’t feel as though travelling is “hassling” to them because they’ve been doing it for a while.

Prepare your baby bag: When you move, you don’t just pack your furniture and accessories for your new home. You should also make sure you have your baby kit ready, especially for long-distance travel. You might be familiar with the baby kit – as in a backpack or a bag with essentials, your baby will need when you’re away from home. You should also have a baby kit when you move with your baby.

  • Try to prepare a few days’ worth of supplies for your baby before you move. If you think the move will take 3 days, try to prepare for 6 days. This helps ensure you have everything your baby needs for your move.
  • Consult your doctor with what sort of things your baby will need for the move if you are moving abroad. Will they need things and injections to keep them safe, especially if they have medical conditions?

Try to maintain your routine: It’s hard when you mess up your baby’s routine, because they can get stressed and hassled. Aside from the fact that this makes them uncomfortable, this can mess up your schedule – especially if you have to do other stuff as well. This is all the more important when moving, as disrupting your baby’s routine can mess up your moving schedule. You can help ease them into the moving process by maintaining your routine.

  • Try to integrate your moving schedule with your baby’s day. Take note of when your baby has to go to sleep and has to be fed, and try to schedule a few minutes or a few hours every day to dedicate to fixing your stuff.
  • If you have other relatives that know your baby well, they can take care of your child for a few days while you prepare your things for the move.

Ask the help of professional movers: Moving in itself can be stressful, and it’s already hard to have to move your furniture and other materials by yourself. Now that you have a baby, moving by yourself can be overwhelming. You can ask the help of professional movers to make it easier for you, and so you can have more time taking care of your baby as well.

  • Hiring moving companies can greatly help ease the burden of having to move your furniture and other stuff to your new home. You don’t need to worry much about logistics because these companies will likely handle it for you.
  • A moving company can help put away a lot of pressure, so you can focus more on helping your baby prepare for the move. 

Make Your And Baby’s Move More Enjoyable

With the above tips in mind, it helps to always remember that having a baby wouldn’t necessarily make your move complicated. In fact, good planning and proper execution can very well ensure your baby’s comfort during the entire move. If you follow our tips above with the help of reliable moving companies, you may have an extremely comfortable moving experience with little effort or even little disruption to your schedule.  

Claire x

This is a collaborative post. 

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