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FAMILY


changes her mind. The one who is blunt to the point of rudeness. Combine those tricky personality traits, and now you have it – the behaviour of an average baby. This is why even the most adventurous parents may be a little nervous of travelling with a new baby. I was, and travelling is my job. Taking my seven- month-old son Dexter abroad was a somewhat daunting prospect. His needs might sound basic – sleeping, eating, playing – but the stakes were high. If any of those needs weren’t met to his satisfaction, my tiny little tyrant would make me pay. Happily, help was at hand, and it came in the very pleasing form of a luxury hotel or three. These spots have dedicated time and money to ensuring they have everything a parent could ever need for their baby. Their guests can travel light, and free from worry. They’ll arrive to a set-up that allows them to care for their baby with all the home comforts they need, so the whole family can simply get on with enjoying the holiday. When those all-important essentials are in hand, travelling as a trio becomes


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magical. No feeling in the world beats watching your baby splash and giggle in the pool, squish sand between his toes for the first time and gurgle with pleasure, or reach out a pudgy hand for another slice of papaya from the breakfast buffet. And for frazzled parents who fancy a bit of time off, these hotels also offer excellent crèche and babysitting services, so mum and dad can indulge in some richly-deserved ‘me’ time, by the pool, in the spa, or over a quiet dinner à deux. New parents are in safe hands with


This covers everything from buggies, sterilisers and baby walkers, to essentials like nappies, milk and changing mats


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