Beach cottage packing list traveling with toddlers

Below is the packing list that I used when traveling to the Outer Banks. Our children were 1 and 4 at the time. The beach house offered beach chairs, umbrellas, and sand toys. No linens were provided. We could rent linens (sheets, towels, washcloths, etc.) or we could bring our own.

We purchased all food after arriving at our destination.

Clothes Xander Dominic Jen Codey
Shoes
Swimming
Tops
Shorts
PJs
Underwear
Hats
Bras
Hoodies
Pants
Sunglasses
RR Van Misc
Toothbrush Blankets Vitamins
Tooth Paste Friends Meds
Shampoo Portable DVD Player Keyboard
Conditioner Movies Tablet Charger
Lotion Wipes Skim Board
Nail Clippers Diapers Life Jackets
Body Wash Headphones Seasonings
Face Wash DVD Player
Make Up Toys Coffee Maker
Hair Brush Phones Pac n play
Deoderant Phone Charger Stroller
Cologne Powder Breathing Machine
Blow Dryer Books/ Mags Walker
Moisturizer Sippy Cup Bike
Razors Medicines Helmet
Shave cream Snacks toys
Drinks Aloe
After Sun Lotion
Beach Feminine Hygeine Products
Sunblock Nail Polish
Goggles Nail Polish remover
Snorkle Cotton bals
Life jackets Children’s tylenol
Beach towels Neosporin
Bandaids
Seasonings
Paper Towels
Toilet paper
Baggies (trash, sandwich, gallon)
Dishwasher detergent
Dish soap
Hand soap
Laundry detergent
Vinegar
Griddle
Bathroom towels
Wash cloths
Before leaving
Water plants
Clean out refrigerator
Take out all trash
Run dishwasher
Cut grass
Secure all windows and doors
Check fluids and tire pressure
Ask someone to pick up mail, newspaper, and feed the fish

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