A news report from Fox News provides tips to help your baby get the amount of sleep they need when traveling.

1. Have a plan.
Instead of shuttling your baby between family members’ homes, pick one place to sleep throughout the trip, said Kim West, a licensed clinical social worker known as The Sleep Lady®, and sleep expert for Bundoo.com. If family members get upset, stay at their place next year. If you’ll be staying at a hotel, see if they offer a suite option so your baby can be in a separate room but still close by. Find out before you arrive if they offer a crib or if you’ll need to bring a pack-n-play.