My travel essentials for winter

Flying for the holidays with kids in tow? Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has her routine on lock.

If the idea of traveling for the holidays with a baby or toddler strikes fear in your heart, know that: a) you’re not alone (we’ve all been there), and b) there is a way to get through it with your sanity intact. British actress, model, and Rose Inc. founder Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has been a frequent flier with her toddler Jack since shortly after he was born, and has gotten her packing down to a science. Here, the baby and toddler travel essentials that always go the distance.



 Forehead Thermometer

“Winter months mean the influx of the dreaded flu season. When we’re going out of town I always make sure I bring a thermometer with me to check for fever.”


Travel Baby Balm

“My favorite baby balm. I love the soft, velvety texture, and that it’s so multipurpose. On plane flights, I keep the travel size in my carry on for any issues with dry skin or chapped lips.”

Sustainable Diapers

“I love how soft and comfortable these diapers are. I always stock up before we travel.”

Silicone Reusable Food Bags 

“These reusable food bags are ideal for on-the-go snacks. I love that they replace the single-use plastic ziplocs that get thrown out all too quickly."





Picture Books

“We never travel without books. This is Jack’s favorite book right now, but all of Julia Donaldson’s books are favorites in our family.”


Sticker Pad

“This reusable sticker book is great to keep little ones entertained for long flights or car rides.”






Lamb Blankie

“I adore these little blankets. They cue bedtime and soothe any toddler tantrums while on the road. Jack calls them his babies!”



Footie Sleepsuits

“Whenever we fly I always change Jack into his PJs, hoping it will instigate some sleep! Footie sleepsuits are so snug—I love the cotton ones Marks & Spencer makes, which I pick up when I’m in the UK.”

Chenille Stroller Baby Blanket 

“The softest, dreamiest blanket ever. Jack has had one since he was born. They are so cozy and great for the stroller and traveling.”


Rainwear Set
“Having a two-piece rainwear set has come in handy so often, as we spend lots of time in the UK where it can be quite rainy. It’s useful all year round, but especially right now.”



“Winter is all about sweater weather. I love the ones from Zara Kids.”

Rubber Rainboots

“Welly boots are a must-have for the winter months. Especially for jumping up and down in muddy puddles, of course!”


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published