Springtime brings sun-shiny days with refreshing breeze that begs many to get out on the open road. Before children, I could just fill a backpack and head out on the open road. When I started to travel with young children though, I needed so much more. One way to cut down on the amount of space taken up in the car as well as have what you need for emergencies is to make an Oops Box. An Oops Box is to keep you prepared for any minor mishaps that might occur while traveling in the car as well as when you get to your destination. An Oops box can be made by filling a storage tote with materials that will do double duty on the road.
Bathrooms while traveling are not always stocked with toilet paper. It’s a smart idea to pack a roll for this reason as well as for sniffles and runny noses.
Wipes can be used for sticky hands, faces, diaper changes. I’ve also used them to wipe down dirty surfaces quickly.
Traveling often introduces unfamiliar germs to your body. A bottle of hand sanitizer is essential for cleaning hands. Combine hand sanitizer with paper towels to sanitize surfaces.
Other than just wiping surfaces, paper towels can also be put between pages of a book that gets wet so the pages won’t wrinkle.
Band-Aids will cover real and imaginary boo-boos. They are also useful as emergency tape and outlet covers.
What can’t duct tape do? Using it to tape cabinets shut and cover outlets are some of the ways to add safety to your hotel room. Using the tape to make roads on the floor to play with cars is a way to add fun to your hotel room.
Other than healing diaper rashes, this ointment will also moisturize itchy or dry skin.
Plastic Grocery Sacks
Sacks can hide all the yuck of traveling by collecting trash, dirty diapers, vomit, wet clothes, as well as serving as a liner in the travel potty until you can make a stop.
First, YUM! Second, these are favorable for temper tantrums due to the fact that sucking is a natural soother. In case of any falls or accidents, lollypops will also stop mouth bleeding.
Potties are appropriate for whichever end has something coming out when you can’t get to a restroom. Make sure you cover the potty with a plastic bag.
Soaked Frozen Kitchen Sponge
Put a frozen sponge in a Ziploc bag to serve as an ice pack for food while you travel. It can also be used to clean highchairs and dishes on your trip.
Cases will store dollops of diaper ointment, lotion, liquid makeup in addition to holding your contacts.
With just twelve products, you will have what you need for so much more. What are some of the ways you use products in new ways?