This Is How to Pack When You Travel With Kids (It's Possible)

Australian fashion stylist Sheree Commerford is a creative force to be reckoned with. Not only is she the founder and director of Captain and the Gypsy Kid (her ode to "style inspired by small folk"), but she's also a mom to two adorable children, Sugar and Captain. Our fascination with her beautiful family and her chic home is bordering on obsession—take a look for yourself. So we asked the effervescent and insanely hip Sydneysider for a few packing tips to keep in mind when traveling with kids. Scroll below to see what she had to say.

The first thing to remember is to pack the kids. Seriously. It's easy to forget them when you have a family of four, five, six, etc., especially if you have a baby that sits in a transferable car seat. Rule 101: Do a head count at all times (and this includes your partner). Our family has been traveling with an entourage of four since the kids were born. We started with eight-hour road trips working our way up to a three-month stint traveling through the U.S. and Europe when they were one and three.