Tips to move with a toddler


Relocating with your family is an exciting thing but at the same time, it is a huge task that will take you to do a lot of tasks in a short duration. Especially when you are moving with your toddler it makes the entire moving process even more difficult. However, you cannot avoid moving just because you have a small child to take care of.

From job relocation to health problems and retirement reasons, there are endless possible reasons you would need to change your base. Having a toddler in the family can be a troublesome aspect and hence you will need expert input. Here we have made a guide by taking professional inputs from the best interstate moving companies which will help you can dial down the drama and can have a smooth move.

  1. Take help

Some so many people offered help to us and moving is the time when you should take this help. You can ask for your friends to help you. You can ask a friend to play with your kids and to take care of your kids when you are busy doing moving-related tasks.

  1. Hire help

If you don’t have family members for friends who can help you then hiring child care is a great option. This will help you to spend your time doing moving-related tasks and at the same time, your child will get proper protection and safety. While a chaotic move, it becomes very easy to take your eyes off from your toddler which could be very harmful to safety that is why it is recommended due to hiring help.

  1. Talk to your kid regarding the move

Kids younger than six years in age do not understand much regarding the effect of change therefore it is not that much stress for them. But you should prepare your kid for the move by keeping your explanation clear and simple as much as it is possible so that they get excited regarding the move instead of feeling stressed. Explain the move to them by using a story. Make sure you explain to your kid that you are not throwing the toys away when you pack your toddler’s toys.

  1. Don’t pack your toddler’s belongings at first 

While packing the entire house, don’t start packing with the toddler’s belongings. Make sure you pack these later when you complete all the entire packing. Yes, packing takes the most of the time during a moving process, but if you pack your toddler’s belongings at the start of the packing then it will become difficult to keep your toddler busy and you won’t get enough time to complete the other tasks.

  1. Be patient with your kid 

Yes, moving is such a hectic and stressful task which can make you feel tensed and upset sometimes but still you need to be patient with your toddler. If your child is anxious related to the move then you should let them show their anxiety. You have to listen to them. Let them ask questions as much as you want to ask.

Tips that will help you to stay patient!!!

  • Remember that it is a hectic day for your child as well therefore your child will not going to behave perfectly.
  • Feel relax and get time to have a cup of tea and read a magazine. This is the best way to feel relaxed.
  • When you feel stressed and frustrated, you have to count ten seconds. This will make you feel patient and will wipe out all your frustration in no time.
  • Find some time to enjoy yourself with your kid. This is the time to make memories with your kid.
  1. Hire professional movers

It is recommended you to hire professional movers to make the move easier and efficient. This helps you to find time to take care of your baby. Moving companies have a wide network of professional movers who will handle all the moving-related tasks on your behalf so you don’t have to worry about anything. Professionals will do the entire task therefore you don’t have to worry about anything.

  1. Let your kids know your new neighbors 

Make sure you make your kids know your new neighbors. Grab all the opportunities that help you to meet your new neighbors. Let your child get new experiences with the new group of people that will help you to enjoy your time. If possible then you can talk to the older parents and can get ideas regarding parenting from them. This is the best way to make yourself and your child a little bit familiar with the new surroundings.

  1. Maintain a schedule 

While working on all the moving-related tasks, it is not easier to maintain a schedule. But by putting in a lot of effort, you can maintain the schedule. Keeping your child on the schedule is the best way to make the moving process easier and efficient because this allows you to get the proper time for the household chores and chaotic move.


Moving with a toddler is not an easy task because you have to complete numerous numbers of tasks within a short period while keeping an eye on your kid as well. You must know what type of relocation services you need to hire to make the move smooth and hassle-free. If you are worried about your move then use the above-given tips which will help you to make your move smoother.



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