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We have yet to try flying with both kids. An upcoming visit to the West coast has me excited and a bit worried about how to entertain two on the road. So I filled up Ada’s dog backpack with activities and fun stuff for the flight. (Top secret to her until takeoff).
*Little Packrats bags are adorable and made in the USA.
*Maurice Sendak’s Nutshell Library– four tiny, poetic stories with detailed illustrations. We traded their cardboard for a softer pouch.
*Organic fruit snacks from Target. A rubber band keeps them under control in the bag.
*Sticker and magnet books. Small enough to fit in a child’s backpack.
*Wild Animal Baby Magazine from the National Wildlife Federation. Ada gets as excited about a new issue in the mail as I do about my magazines. This one is small enough for little hands.
*A pristine blank book to fill up with drawings, paintings and stickers.
*Clementine art supplies. They are non-toxic and come in sweet little packages.
*Pipe Cleaners in Brown Bear Colors.
This should get us through the flight with minimal IPod time.
This is very cool. I am always impressed with your organization process.
Is that a picture of Ada wearing the backpack? If it is she is growing fast. Also, her ponytails, the rubberbands? I use to wear those in my hair wear I was younger. I am in awe that they are still available.