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Keep your Infant Busy during Hurricane Season with Duracell
Hurricane season is in full swing and will be hanging around until November 30. I have dealt with over 20 years of Hurricanes hitting South Florida without a hitch, but now I have someone else to worry about. That someone else is my adorable infant that has Gerber Baby level cheeks. See for yourself. Don’t you just want to eat her?!
I went shopping at Walmart with the munchkin to find some goodies to keep her occupied when or if the lights go out during hurricane season this year. I picked a ton of awesome items to keep your infant busy during hurricane season with Duracell
Get a Lamp that does not need to be plugged in and takes batteries instead. I found an awesome Coleman lamp that takes 4 Duracell batteries. The light makes it easy to read to the baby even if the lights are out.
Stock up on the books so that you have a variety of option to keep your infant busy.
Find a Radio that takes batteries instead of needing to be plugged. This is perfect for listening to tunes and keeping up with the hurricane news.
Buy Toys that light up and do not need to be plugged in.
I make most of the baby’s food, but during the hurricane, it is much easier to eat out of baby food pouches and drink liquid formula rather than powdered. Also, stock up on the snacks and canned foods for yourself as well. You can cook if you have grill and are able to go outside after the storm has passed.
What are you putting in your hurricane preparedness bag? Any ideas on how to keep your keep your infant busy during Hurricane Season?
20 thoughts on “Keep your Infant Busy during Hurricane Season with Duracell”
We always use Duracell batteries. I love that they are reliable and have long expiration dates. It’s funny how many we go through now that we have a little one!
We don’t have hurricane season up here, but we do stock up for winters in New England with lots of batteries, generator, candles and blankets- because the heat drops FAST!
Great tips and such a cute little one you have. Never been through a hurricane but I know all about staying prepared for disaster.
Oh yes, it is very important to have an emergency kit, and plan. Looks like we might get our first tropical storm this weekend.
it is so very important to have an emergency kit you just never know when you may need it.
Luckily we don’t get hurricanes where we live, but we get severe storms and the power will go out for a long time. We keep a storm kit with snacks and plenty of battery operated lights.
These are all great tips. It’s so important to keep the little ones distracted during any sort of emergency situation. The less focused they are on the scary things happening around them the better.
Great tips, especially with a young child. I love the idea of toys that do not need to be plugged in. Sounds like you are well prepared.
We keep a stash of books and snacks for the kids.
Oh what great ideas… thankfully all of mine are a bit older, but they each have their own emergency kit filled with plenty of toys, games, books, and batteries!
Great tips! Love the idea of including a lantern in a preparedness kit! Oh, and my daughter has that same battery-operated toy and LOVES it! #client
These are great ideas! Love the way you planned this out.
Your sound wonderfully prepared. I love the way you unplug!
Those are great tips! We always stock up on batteries and water before big storms. We have a good supplies of flashlights and lamps that all require batteries. And the weather radio is super important to.
Great tips for emergency kit. I really need to put one together.
Ever since Sandy we stay stocked up on batteries like they’re going out of style!
These are some really great tips. The pictures are adorable as well.
Great tips, no hurricanes in Arizona. Monsoons, sometimes though!
We are expecting one to hit the coast this coming weekend. I did just buy a lantern and a bunch of Duracell batteries as a matter of fact!
We don’t see hurricanes but certainly have some crazy storms here. Great tips and ideas and we love Duracell to keep us all going!