There are reasons some people need to pack like a sherpa!
I am one of those “kitchen sink” people you saw rolling in.
We are a family of 7. One child has autism and eats gluten/dairy-free, so I brought gluten-free PBJ sandwiches and Cheerios everyday for him. It prevented so many meltdowns to have something to quickly hand him when hungry.
Three of our 5 kids (including the one with autism) have type one diabetes, so each one has a glucose meter and CGM, and in addition I have a pack with insulin and insulin pump supplies & glucagon. They also need juice and other things in case of low blood sugar. We also have to take diastat & epipen in case it’s needed, for our kids’ other needs.
Two of the kids are also in diapers, which of course when traveling don’t always contain everything (especially when traveling), so in addition to diapers & wipes I had a change of clothes for those two.
Add in water bottles, handheld fans, ponchos, and glow sticks and yep, our double stroller was packed by a sherpa! Besides a lot of work to unload it at Tram Time, we had a blast!!
I don’t think there is anything I brought that I could have left behind.