WHAT TO PACK: KIDS CARRY ON | OUR LONGEST FLIGHT EVER

WHAT TO PACK: KIDS CARRY ON  |  OUR LONGEST FLIGHT EVER


Hi guys. Welcome back to my channel. In today’s
video, I’m going to be showing you what to pack in the kids carry-on cases for a long
haul flight. We’re actually going on the longest flight we’ve ever been on with them. We’re
going from London to L.A., so it is an 11 and a half hour flight with three children.
They are eight, five and two years old, so I have quite a few different things to show
you. For cases, we are taking their scooter travel
cases. Again, so you literally get a little luggage case on a scooter. We love using them
because we don’t actually have to carry them. The boys just scoot along and you can take
them in the cabin. Then once we arrive in L.A., they can use them as scooters while
we’re there as well. We think they’re great. With our two year old, I’m going to share
a carry on case with him, which is just going to be my handbag. But without further ado,
I’ll show you everything that we’re taking. There are quite a few snacks and activities
as well. Whenever I pack, I tend to lay everything
out on the table or a bed so I can make sure I have enough stuff, and I can see everything
before I put it into a bag. I’ll start over here. I’m bringing Dettol wipes because these
kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, and planes have so many germs on them. You may notice
that sometimes you get off a plane and you get sick because the air on a plane is just
circulating round and round, so there’s quite a few germs on there. As soon as I get on,
I’m going to wipe down their trays, I’m going to wipe down their chair arms. I’m going to
wipe everything in a bid to try and clean the space a little bit. So that’s a massive
tip. Then I’m also bringing some hand sanitizer, just because before they eat a meal, or eat
a snack, I’m going to just get them to use this. Again, I just, I don’t really want anyone
to get sick. In terms of toileting, what I tend to do,
because my two year old is still in nappies, I bring one nappy per hour of travel. I have
about 12 here I believe. Then I’m also bringing a pack of eco unscented wipes, a little tiny
barrier cream for nappy rash or diaper rash, and also some little sashes of Calpol. Rather
than bring a big bottle of it, I’m actually just going to bring these this time. I have
about six, and there’s five ml in each, so I always bring Calpol because you never know
if they’re going to get a headache, or if my baby’s going to teeth, or just so many
things. Over here, we have three piles, one for each
boy, so I’ll just talk you through. They’re all pretty similar. They have loads of snacks.
These are all treats that they wouldn’t normally have. It makes it a bit more exciting. Of
course there’s going to be meals on the flights because it is a very long flight, but I’m
also bringing lots of treats and snacks as well. So, we have some popcorn, Doritos, onion
rings. They love these little strawberry flakes in yogurt, so I’ve got two packs of those.
Also a little Barny bear, a little rice krispy square. This yogurt is great for travel because
you don’t need a spoon to eat it. You can just, they’ll just suck that right from the
thing, and it’s got no nasties in it, so my kids really like these. It’s whole milk and
fruit. Then also I’ve got some breakfast [Belvita
00:03:13] biscuits. I’ve got satsuma and an apple. I will also be making a sandwich for
each boy on the day that we travel, but we’re not going for a few days, so I’ll make that
fresh. Then I’ve got each of the boys a little surprise egg. [Jackson 00:03:29] has a PJ
Mask one, and then the other two have a kinder surprise egg as well. There’s a few different
variations. Fraser is a bit older. He likes these Nature Valley bars. He’s also got a
tiny thing of Haribo, and Caleb’s pretty much got the same snacks as [Jackson 00:03:47]. I also have some mini lollipops for them to
have during the descent in case their ears are feeling pressure, they can have that and
it will hopefully help. I also wanted to show you that I’m actually putting their treats
into a big Ziploc bag each, and I have labeled it so they know who’s snacks are who. As soon
as we get on, we can take this bag out of the carry on, put it in the seat in front
of them, and they will have snacks to hand so that we don’t have to keep going up to
the to[ shelf to get their bag out and all of that stuff. I’m going to limit to a snack
an hour, in terms of the treats. But obviously if they don’t eat one for a couple of hours
because they’re sleeping, then they can have more, but I am going to try and limit them
so it lasts for the whole 11 hours. I’ve also got them each a little drinking
bottle. We will take them empty and then fill them up on the flight. I put their initial
on each one. We have Jackson, Caleb and Fraser. These are quite small, but I thought that
that was actually quite a good thing because they can go into the seat pocket in front
of them, so when we get on, we can fill it and they can have it right there if they get
thirsty. I’m also bringing this concentrate travel
squash from Robinsons. It is 0% sugar, and it’s great because we can fill up their cups
with just water, put a splash of this into it and it turns it into juice, and we will
also use this abroad. Because it’s a long haul flight, there will
be in-flight entertainment on the plane, so each person will have a little screen to watch.
I’m sure there will be films that they were to watch. There’s a whole children selection
of movies. But, just in case, we have loaded up the iPad with Umizoomi, Sing, Trolls, Zootropolis,
their favorite movies so they can watch this. Although we only have one iPad, [Matt 00:05:38]
and I also have our phones with us. So if they each needed something, we would actually
have it. The movies and things that are available on the iPad are also available on our phones
because we have like a family sharing thing. Each child also has a pair of headphones so
that they can listen to their movies. Planes are really noisy places, so it’s good to have
these. I think they might even give them out on board, but just in case they don’t like
them, we have room to bring these ones. To entertain our two year old, I have a few things
here. First thing is I’ve got some twist up crayons, which are great for traveling with.
They’re much better than traveling with pens that could get everywhere, so I’ve got the
crayons, and then I have a Peppa Pig magazine, which comes with a surprise bag on it, and
inside, there are things that you can color. There are also stories that I can read to
him, and stickers as well. So there’s so much going on inside this that I’m thinking that
will keep him quite entertained. Then I’m also bringing his Water Magi books. These
are great. You get a pen and you fill it up with water. Then when he rubs the pen over
these images, all the color shows, and they also dry out really quickly and he can do
it over and over again. then I’m also bringing just two little Mr. [Men 00:06:51] books because
they’re so thin and perfect for travel. So I’ve got Mr. Skinny and Mr. Jelly, so I can
read him a story if he wants to. Then for my five year old, I have got this
ultimate sticker collection from Lego. This book’s really good because you get the sticker,
and then there are some activities where you have to match up where they go. We’ve got
that, and then I know that he’ll also really enjoy playing Uno with his older brother.
This is like their favorite card game. I can’t recommend it enough for when you travel. They
will probably play that quite a lot. I also got each boy a little [Mashum 00:07:28] surprise
so they can open that up and see which one they’ve got. The two older boys have Marvel,
and then my toddler has a Peppa Pig one, so I think they’ll really like them. That should
keep them entertained for a little while. Then for my eldest, obviously he’s eight,
so he’s really into doing crosswords, so we have a crossword book. I also have a little
Horrid Henry novel. He really likes the Horrid Henry books. And then also a word search,
which is Spurs, which is the football team that he supports. Then I’ve also got him a
little pack of Match Attax, which are the football cards that he collects. Then finally,
I have a pair of pajamas for each child because it is such a long flight, and it is overnight.
If they’re struggling to sleep, I think if I try and do the whole bedtime routine, change
them into pajamas, wash their face, brush their teeth, that might actually help them
sort of feel like it’s nighttime. I tried to choose pajamas that could maybe pass for
joggers, or an outfit when we get off, just in case they’re still wearing their pajamas
when we get off the flight. Hopefully they won’t look too strange. Fraser’s got these
Minecraft ones, and then the boys just have ones from Next. Right, so that’s everything that I’m putting
in the kids carry on cases this time. Let me know what you think in the comments below.
If you think I’m forgetting anything, because I definitely feel like I am, yeah. Wish me
luck ’cause I’m going to need it, and I’ll see you on my next one. Bye guys.

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100 Replies to “WHAT TO PACK: KIDS CARRY ON | OUR LONGEST FLIGHT EVER”

  1. I'm 9 but I'm still watching this
    It makes me so excited for when I go on holiday in October

    I also showed to my mum and she loved this

  2. Where is your accent from I hear some Irish, English then occasionally what sounds like a Slovakian/Lithuanian accent. It fascinates me. Also love this video it’s brilliant, so many helpful tips and things I wouldn’t have thought of like the lollies for ear pressure. 🙏🏾

  3. your oldest son is a spurs supporter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGl4JmAoSdg Tottenham's chant well I guess I'm not the only one

  4. I know this comment comes late. But don’t use the sink water on the plane. It’s got lead and it’s just bad for you.

  5. You should bring portable charger to charge the iPad and the two phones btw I know I am commenting 6 months later I am just know giving tips to you for your next flight or two anyone who is watching this for help on a long flight

  6. You know filling up the water bottles with the plane ✈️ water 💦 is very unsafe because the water is HIGHLY treated with chemicals witch are not supposed to be in the human body. So fill them up before you get in the plane ✈️

  7. I love your vids and I’m only eleven and every year we go on a trip to Florida but it is only 2 and a half hours but sometimes we drive but you are so helpful

  8. You should get this thing called a etch a scretch you can fined them on amazon what it is is there to buttons won turns left and right to make lines and one turnes up and down and when you shake them you drawing erases it is kinda big but it saves a good amount of room

  9. My 19 year old sister is travelling from Egypt to Saudi Arabia After finishing Her First year of Collage And My Father is Going to Egypt For a few days and you Just helped me Pack their Bags. Thank you so much for packing tips.

  10. As a child her are 3 tips

    1. Snacks. We kids get super hungry

    2. iPad/Phones or other kinds of device. These will definitely help you keep them occupied

    3. Special something. If it's a toy/snack of even something special will make the flight easier. I love flight but something special is always better.

  11. Don't use electronic on flight it isn't worth it. Watch a movie. Or Do something. Unless you can download me personally can't.

  12. When I was a kid had to sit on a plane and lump it with nothing, no snacks no toys or books or any entertainment, kids these days are spoilt for choice and have everything but just to be able to go on a flight was good enough ⁰⁰😊

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