kid travel pack

June 10, 2016


True and Brave flew out to Texas yesterday and I sent them off with this little travel pack. Their backpacks are a project found in my book. Inside are some flash cards, snacks, but I think what got them really excited are the books. I Like to Draw/I Like to Write and Finish This Book are perfect summer activity books. The I Like to Draw is for True (it’s also I Like to Write on the other side); she’s really been into writing stories lately (she’s always loved drawing). The Finish This Book is more a detective type book and I know my Nancy Drew fan will have fun completing it.

This past Christmas, True received the Hello Kitty Fuji Instax from my parents. She has really been into photography and I call her my little kidtographer. Brave would borrow True’s camera to take her own pictures, but I had a regular mini Instax someone had given me as a gift (though I already had one), so we gave that to her to take with her this summer. The regular Fuji Instax doesn’t come with a shoulder strap, so we purchased this case and shoulder strap for her. She was so excited to have her own camera. One day last week, they both wore their cameras all day at home. They plan on making a scrapbook with all their pictures (they did so last year), so it will be fun to see what they put together.

9 comments on “kid travel pack”

  • Jasilyn says:

    Such a cute idea! I always loved the rainy day boxes we had to put together in elementary school in case it were to rain and recess was indoors. This reminds me of that!

    • Rubyellen says:

      Totally! I should make something fun like that, except we rarely have rain, so maybe that wouldn’t work. LOL

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  • Amalfi says:

    I wear one on the plane and pack the other. I can’t seem to pack enough clothes and fit hygiene items in if I do more shoes. Do you have any tips on how to do that?Amalfi

  • carry says:

    I love seeing how other people pack and shuffle their clothes around. I’m starting to get pretty good and minimizing… especially for plane trips. I’m just curious how you are able to get 5 pairs of shoes on a carry on. I’ve only been able to travel with 2 pairs. I wear one on the plane and pack the other. I can’t seem to pack enough clothes and fit hygiene items in if I do more shoes. Do you have any tips on how to do that?Bagan Ballonfahrt

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  • lisa says:

    Such a cute idea! I always loved the rainy day boxes we had to put together in elementary school in case it were to rain and recess was indoors. This reminds me of that!Singapore Traveler

  • carry says:

    I wish my parents planned trips around the US, I can’t wait to see more of it! Adri we’re a little old school like that, we’ll still have GPS (because my husband LOVES gadgets) but we will be using the map, we did for the last couple trips we took.visa to China

  • carry says:

    Oh wow that is absolutely incredible well done! https://www.facebook.com/sakuramotorbikerental/ I think you have done the right thing as well – have your time off, enjoy it don’t deprive yourself. Sometimes a week off is what everyone needs.

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