Packing Your Car this Summer

Items Every Parent Needs to Keep In Their Car this Summer 
Sure summer should be all about easy breezy days of lounging in the sun, but if you have kids, the warmer weather means you are on-the-go. Since being a mom means you need to be prepared for just about anything and everything, here's a quick go-to list of all the things you need to stash in your car to have the best summer ever. 
Outdoor Fun Supplies - When the weather warms up and summer activities are in full swing, you might find yourself shuffling kids to practice and games as well as entertaining siblings. Keep everyone happy and active by putting a laundry basket in the back of your car and filling it up with items like soccer balls for quick games at a park, sidewalk chalk for the budding artist, and smaller toys for younger siblings that are waiting patiently at their big brother or big sister's spring activities. The laundry basket is a great place to toss everything so you don't have to worry the items will make a mess in your car.   
Rain Supplies - Summer weather cab be unpredictable. So we need to be prepared for lots of summer rain! So toss a few rain ponchos or an extra rain jacket into the back of your car and don't forget an umbrella. Use a canvas tote to hold all of the rain supplies. Anytime you get caught in the rain, you will be so happy you planned ahead.   
Cleanup Kit - Turn those old baby wipes cases into a cleanup case for your car. From hand sanitizer to wet wipes, and even a few napkins, springtime fun can get messy. Luckily for your kiddos, you are prepared for just about any mess. The wipes cases are perfect to load up with supplies and toss into your car, and because of the hard plastic, you won't have to worry it will be smashed or broken in your car.     
On-The-Go Snacks - If the summer weather means you and your kids are on-the-go, you'll need snacks on-the-go too. To avoid spending extra money when you are out or just swinging through a fast food restaurant, keep your kids full and happy by stashing lots of healthy snacks in your car. From granola bars, squeeze fruit pouches, and a few water bottles, you can use a small plastic bin to store all of the food and to quickly fill it up when the supplies get low.    

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