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PinkandYellow




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 10:02 am
There seem to be many very organized women on this website with all their lists for cleaning and shopping and menu, etc. I was hoping maybe someone has a good packing list for going away for Pesach. We are going for 2 weeks. I know I need to bring alot but I can't seem to organize any kind of coherent list of things to pack. So, any superorganized imamother going away for pesach, care to share their list?
TIA
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tizunabi




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:02 am
Can I ditto this request, but add a 7 mo DS to the list as well?
Also a carry-on packing list?

(sorry that I can't help)
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PinkandYellow




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:11 am
Oh, yes, thanks for reminding me. We all need carry-ons as well. and we are with 2 kids. Such a joy.
tizunabi, where are you going for pesach? We are going to Florida with my mil.
One tip: (we made this mistake when we did this 2 years ago)- don't bring chometz snacks with you in the carry ons or suitcases. I remember we brought along pretzels for the kids, it made a huge mess and got into everything and was really hard to clean thoroughly before pesach.
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ra_mom




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:12 am
General Packing List:

Women:
-robes
-pj's
-underwear
-socks and tights
-slips and other undergarments
-shabbos clothes
-weekday clothes
-Shabbos shoes
-outerwear
-slippers
-snoods
-shaitels and hats
-brushes, hair clips, and sprays
-make-up and perfumes
-face wash and moisturizers
-jewelry
-deodorant
-shaver
-toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.
-glasses, lenses, lens case, lense solution, etc.

Men:
-Shabbos shirts and pants
-weekday shirts and pants
-weekday suit and hat
-belts, cuflinks and ties
-tzitzis
-socks
-underwear
-yarmukas
-Shabbos suit or bekeshe
-Shabbos hat or streimel
-Tefillin
-Siddur, Sefarim (Machsorim, Haggadas)
-YT gear (Kittel, Pesach set, Esrog/Lulav, etc.)
-Shabbos Tallis
-Shabbos shoes
-outerwear
-deodorant
-brush
-electric shaver
-toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.
-glasses, lenses, lens case, lense solution, etc.

Children:
-underwear (including undershirts)
-pj's
-Shabbos socks and tights
-weekday socks and tights
-Shabbos shoes
-weekday clothes
-Shabbos clothes (dresses, tops, skirts, shirts, pants, belts, vests, ties, suits...)
-robes
-outerwear
-medicines and creams
-brushes and sprays
-hair accessories
-sweater
-toothbrush

Extras for Babies:
-diapers
-baby wipes or sprays
-diaper creams and powders
-tylenol and other medicines
-manual thermometer
-baby wash and creams
-bottles
-formula
-sippy cups
-pacifiers and blanky
-bibs

For long distance traveling:
-passports
-tickets
-DRAMAMINE
-bathing suits and gear for all
-caps, sunglasses, sunscreen
-backpack or waist pack for day trips
-camera
-camcorder
-cell phone and charger
-games, coloring, books, and other forms of entertainment
-(frozen sandwiches, drinks (for car, not plane), munchies)

If I missed anything, please let me know and I will edit and add.


Last edited by ra_mom on Thu, Oct 10 2019, 2:27 pm; edited 12 times in total
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1Life2Live




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:14 am
ra_mom to the rescue! That's an awesome list! I'm bookmarking it so I can print it out when it's time to pack.
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1Life2Live




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:16 am
the only things I need to add is bottles, formula, pacifiers and sippy cups.
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PinkandYellow




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:19 am
Thanks Ra-mom. That's a great starting point.
Oh, and I saw on another thread- swimming diapers for babys/toddlers.
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tizunabi




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:23 am
That's a perfect start ... I'm off to colder areas of the east coast, so no swimming diapers for DS..
Now a carry-on list and I'm more or less set..
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ra_mom




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:27 am
Carry On:

-passports
-tickets
-money
-camera
-cell phone
-games and other forms of entertainment

-drinks (for car, or up until airport)
-frozen sandwiches
-munchies

Baby:
-diapers
-wipes and creams
-sweater
-bottles
-formula
-baby food and plastic cutlery
-dramamine / benedryl / tylenol


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PinkandYellow




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 11:56 am
ra-mom, I'm wondering about the drinks- do they let you bring them on the plane? Do you know how that works?

Also for carry on, if your kids are older: dollar store toys/books/coloring/stickers s/t to entertain the kids. Also, even though you may not end up needing it, I always pack an extra book or s/t to entertain myself for the flight. Even though you may be tending to the kids the whole while, I find that if I am able to snatch a few minutes here or there for relaxation it makes the whole flight a lot easier.

Ok: I've copy/pasted the original list to a word document. Here are my additions so far:
Sheitel and snoods, for men: extra yarmulkas, haggadas/seforim/siddur. And for children, undershirts.
More specifically- shabbos clothes for boys: shirts, pants, ties, suit jacket/vests, sweater vests.

We are leaving Tuesday night (early, I know) so I will probably go over the list motz'sh and add more specifics- such as x amt of skirts, that shabbos dress for dd, etc.
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ra_mom




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 12:09 pm
PinkandYellow wrote:
ra-mom, I'm wondering about the drinks- do they let you bring them on the plane? Do you know how that works?

Also for carry on, if your kids are older: dollar store toys/books/coloring/stickers s/t to entertain the kids. Also, even though you may not end up needing it, I always pack an extra book or s/t to entertain myself for the flight. Even though you may be tending to the kids the whole while, I find that if I am able to snatch a few minutes here or there for relaxation it makes the whole flight a lot easier.

Ok: I've copy/pasted the original list to a word document. Here are my additions so far:
Sheitel and snoods, for men: extra yarmulkas, haggadas/seforim/siddur. And for children, undershirts.
More specifically- shabbos clothes for boys: shirts, pants, ties, suit jacket/vests, sweater vests.

We are leaving Tuesday night (early, I know) so I will probably go over the list motz'sh and add more specifics- such as x amt of skirts, that shabbos dress for dd, etc.
Drinks are only for the car.
If you want drinks for the flight, you can purchase after checking in, before boarding to the gate.

I usually bring 2 more pairs of underwear than the number of days we will be away.
An extra set of clothes, or at least an extra shirt, than the number of days we will be away.
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ra_mom




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 12:09 pm
Thanks all for helping me fix up this list!
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robynm




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 12:11 pm
k im going to israel on sunday for a month.

anything that you havent mentioned that I need to remember?
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ra_mom




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 1:15 pm
robynm wrote:
k im going to israel on sunday for a month.

anything that you havent mentioned that I need to remember?
I think this list should have all you need.
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Motheroftwins




 
 
 


Post  Tue, Apr 05 2011, 3:22 pm
ra_mom wrote:
General Packing List:

Women:
-robes
-pj's
-underwear
-socks and tights
-slips and other undergarments
-shabbos clothes
-weekday clothes
-Shabbos shoes
-outerwear
-slippers
-snoods
-shaitels
-brushes, hair clips, and sprays
-make-up and perfumes
-face wash and moisturizers
-jewelry
-deodorant
-shaver

Men:
-Shabbos shirts and pants
-weekday shirts and pants
-belts and cuflinks
-tzitzis
-socks
-underwear
-yarmukas
-Shabbos suit or bekeshe
-Shabbos hat or streimel
-Tefillin
-Siddur, Sefarim (Machsorim, Haggadas)
-Shabbos Tallis
-Shabbos shoes
-outerwear
-deodorant
-brush
-electric shaver

Children:
-underwear (including undershirts)
-pj's
-Shabbos socks and tights
-weekday socks and tights
-Shabbos shoes
-weekday clothes
-Shabbos clothes (dresses, tops, skirts, shirts, pants, belts, vests, ties, suits...)
-robes
-outerwear
-medicines or creams
-brushes and sprays
-hair accessories
-sweater

Extras for Babies:
-diapers
-baby wipes or sprays
-diaper creams and powders
-tylenol and other medicines
-manual thermometer
-baby wash and creams
-bottles
-formula
-sippy cups
-pacifiers and blanky

For long distance traveling:
-passports
-tickets
-bathing suits for all
-camera
-camcorder
-cell phone and charger

If I missed anything, please let me know and I will edit and add.


I would add toys/books for children. Also, coloring stuff as well.
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PinkandYellow




 
 
 


Post  Fri, Apr 08 2011, 12:26 pm
What are frozen sandwiches?
And what snacks that aren't messy would you recommend for the flight? Pesach-dik friendly snacks?
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ra_mom




 
 
 


Post  Fri, Apr 08 2011, 1:06 pm
PinkandYellow wrote:
What are frozen sandwiches?
And what snacks that aren't messy would you recommend for the flight? Pesach-dik friendly snacks?
Sandwiches freeze easily. Just make them, and freeze them the night before, so that they are fresh when you need them the next day.

Pesach snack ideas: fruit, nuts, chocolate, gebrokts Bissli...
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gp2.0




 
 
 


Post  Fri, Apr 08 2011, 3:22 pm
What a great list! I would add glasses, lenses case, lens solution, spare contact lenses, sunglasses.
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Barbara




 
 
 


Post  Fri, Apr 08 2011, 3:28 pm
gp2.0 wrote:
What a great list! I would add glasses, lenses case, lens solution, spare contact lenses, sunglasses.


Toothbrush and toothpaste. Dental floss.
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Barbara




 
 
 


Post  Fri, Apr 08 2011, 3:30 pm
gp2.0 wrote:
What a great list! I would add glasses, lenses case, lens solution, spare contact lenses, sunglasses.


Toothbrush and toothpaste. Dental floss.
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