How to survive trip to Rome with a baby

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  1. Left Back says:

    I love Rome it’s a great city #twinklytuesday

  2. Some really helpful tips, thank you for sharing! I travelled to Rome during my European travels pre-husband and babies and just adored it. I could have carried on exploring for days and days. A magical place. #TwinklyTuesday

  3. Tyler says:

    Oh my gosh you are my hero I could barely handle traveling in Europe alone! Thanks for this post! I’m going to send it to my best friend who just had a baby for future reference 🙂

  4. We went to London, Vienna and Prague with a 4 year old and it was amazing.

  5. Love this! I love the fact that you don’t let baby stop you! We travel full time in our RV and we have two little ones but I feel it adds to our fun and crazy adventure!!! Keep them coming this was awesome!

  6. Amber Myers says:

    Good to know! I want to visit Rome someday.

  7. kimberly C says:

    Yup traveling with a baby is tough. Went to Holland with a 2 year old and let’s just say, the plane flight there was epic. 😉

  8. I can’t imagine exploring any large center with a baby, let alone an ancient city with roads that are in bad shape and sidewalks that aren’t wide enough. I applaud your courage and I’m envious that you’ve gotten the opportunity to visit such an historic city.

  9. Eleanor says:

    Great tips, and cute photos – I want more!

  10. Meeta says:

    We were in Rome for 5 days with the family and friends. I love Rome and have been there often but the first time with my son (14)! We had 3 teenagers with us so it was quite interesting planning a trip with that age too. Your tips here are valuable!

  11. Laura says:

    Maybe pack some food next time. Might be easier if you’re particular about the ingredients. We loved Rome.

  12. Se manifique! brilliant insight and travel wisdom shared here. Very cute baby

  13. Obsessivemom says:

    What a valuable post. We visited Rome long ago – before the twins came along. Travelling became so difficult after that. It was only much later, after they turned about 4 that we could do it again. I love your spirit. #mg

    • ohmummymia says:

      I can imagine that with twins it’s quite tough. It’s not easy even with one baby but it’s worth it:)

  14. Sonya Kolodziejska says:

    It’s nice that you’re able to do that. I personally wouldn’t enjoy it and like routine with my kids. So our holidays are very different now.

  15. Jenni Petrey says:

    Travelling is always fun, throw in a baby or children and it makes it very interesting. We went to Singapore when my daughter was 2 and a half and it was so much fun.

  16. Elizabeth O. says:

    I used to avoid travelling with my twins when they were babies just because of the stress! It’s never easy but it’s always worth it! Great tips!

  17. ellie says:

    Rome is such a beautiful city! I’m so glad that you got to enjoy it with minimal stress, great tips for travelling with the little ones.

  18. That sounds like a lot of fun! I’ve honestly never traveled with a baby before so I can only imagine what it’s like!

  19. I would love to go to Rome but with four children I think I’ll give it a miss until they are a little older! it does look amazing though! Thank you for linking with #kcacols

  20. I’ve always wondered what it would be like to travel overseas with our little ones. I recently flew to my hometown to visit family and friends with our youngest and it was tough. Not the baby, but how uncomfortable it is for small children to have to roam around the airport in your arms.

    • ohmummymia says:

      I will be visiting my family on Christmas and I will be alone without my husband so probably it will be very tough:P

  21. Amanda says:

    Great tips!! we were actually hoping to go to Rome here in a few years, which will be right around the time when baby #2 is hopefully here so i appreciate the post!

  22. Laura says:

    I’d LOVE to go to Rome! Some great tips here thank you for sharing xx #FriYAYLinky

  23. I would so love a holiday right now! Thanks for linking up to #Picknmix

    Stevie x

  24. CourtneyLynne says:

    Omg fabulous photos!!!! I would love to travel to Rome one day!!! I’ve been traveling with my daughter since she was a month old. I’m
    Convinced as long as you pack and prepare properly, easy traveling with kids

  25. Jill Conyers says:

    We have always traveled with our kids. Even when they were very young.

  26. Ashlea says:

    Y’all look like you had fun still though. These are great tips. I always say you can travel with a little one just takes tad more planningm

  27. Kerry says:

    I’ve not made it to Rome yet, but I hope to go there someday, maybe with the kiddos #KCACOLS

  28. Great tips! Rome is a place I’ve always wanted to go, but the idea of taking a toddler with all that walking and uneven roads etc. Does put me off. I’d definitely be relying on a carrier I think! #KCACOLS

  29. victoria says:

    What a great tips, I haven’t try to travel with our kids, this holiday is the first time that we are traveling with our kids.

  30. Bill S says:

    These are amazing tips!! I would love a trip to Rome, everything there is amazing looking!!

  31. This is such a useful tips. Reminds me of the time I travel with my kid when he was 8 months old. It was quite a challenge with great experience of course.

  32. Oh how I long to visit Italy, Australia feels so far from so many wonderful countries, we planned on going next year but now hubby has taken a new job and we have to change our plans, so sad, but great about his job so i can’t complain. Great post though and great advice #mg

    • ohmummymia says:

      I need to say that was my second time in Rome and I don’t mind to go there once again I hope you will get your chance as well

  33. Rosey says:

    We have done Europe with babies. I don’t mind. Any chance to visit is a-okay by me. 🙂

  34. I adore Rome – it’s one of my favourite cities. I wouldn’t like to tackle the crazy roads with a buggy though!
    Thanks for linking up to #BloggerClubUK

  35. Great tips and tricks here. Our daughter is 7 but definitely worth knowing about the narrow streets and cobble stones for those with babies. #bloggerclubuk

  36. These tips will be very useful to someone who wants to take a baby to Rome. Not good that there aren’t many changing places! But I’ve always wanted to go to Rome. Luckily, my kids aren’t babies anymore! #kcacols

  37. Brilliant tips for anyone travelling with a baby and I so admire you for not letting it stop you. I’d love to visit Rome and you have awakened that desire now! Thank you for linking up to #EatSleepBlogRT

  38. Lovely photos. I’m sure this will be useful for parents visiting Rome some brilliant tips and it looks like a lovely place too. I have always wanted to visit #kcacols

  39. Mummy Fever says:

    Thanks for linking to #sharewithme with some great tips. We haven’t been to Rome but we do love to travel with our 4 children and have always done that.

  40. These tips were very useful. I hope they’ll help to my friend and her little baby, thanks for sharing!

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