1. Visiting relatives for Christmas - take your highchair, Footsi® and eating utensilswith you if you can! It might look funny loading up the Ikea highchair in the car with the kids (we just did it with two highchairs for the twins last week!), but trust me - you’ll love it when you get there and have somewhere comfortable to feed your baby or even just somewhere safe to pop them if there’s a million relatives running around. As a bonus, bub might even sit there a while you get to enjoy some Christmas lunch or dinner (especially with some screen time *ahem* did I just say that? Surely it’s fine on Xmas day!)
2. Pack some familiar snacks or food - I’m definitely going to be all about letting my kids enjoy some Christmas lunch if they want to, but I’ll be bringing some familiar foods for them so I know they will eat something.
3. Early meal for the kids - try feed your kids early so that you can then relax and have a meal knowing they aren’t hungry.
4. If you’re the lucky one doing the catering - try and prepare as much as you can the day before so that Christmas Day can be as relaxed as possible (I know, easier said than done right?!)
Let me know if you have any other top tips for a fuss-free Christmas day!