GOING through an airport with young children can be both tiresome and tricky.
But one mum has hailed a clever travel item after the device helped her to have a "stress-free" run through an airport departures lounge.
TikTok user camillesmith is known for sharing videos about her life as a mum with her thousands of followers.
In a recent video, she showed users on the social media platform how she has made travelling through an airport with two young children easy.
The mum-of-two used a ride-on suitcase to carry her toddler as they walked through the departures lounge.
In the video, her toddler can be seen sitting on top of a suitcase that has a seat firmly attached.
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As Camille wheeled the suitcase through the airport, she was also able to carry a baby in her arms.
In the caption, she wrote: "Anything that makes my life more convenient and stress-free when traveling with my babies is worth it."
The video has had more than 58,000 views and thousands of people have flooded the comments to express their praise.
One person wrote: "While it’s true that you could put your kid on a regular suitcase, this one is better."
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Someone else said: "I wish they had this when I was a toddler mom!"
The ride-on suitcase from Mia Milly costs an eye-water $325 (£270), but many people said this was "money well spent".
Those holidaymakers who can't afford to spend hundreds on a suitcase will be relieved to know that there are more pocket-friendly options on the market.
Another travel brand, Lugabug, also sells ride-on suitcases for £70 that are fitted with a hammock-style seat where a child can sit on the front of the suitcase.
Alternatively, there are also Trunki suitcases that children can sit and scoot on – these bright and colourful cases retail from £36.
Camile isn't the first mum who has shared her advice when travelling with her children.
Mum and travel show presenter Samantha Brown has revealed that she always travels with an uninflated balloons.
She said: "This is a great toy, it takes up no room in your bag and it can be instantly inflated when a child needs to work off a lot of pent up energy, which is a lot.
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"It's better than a ball because you can hit a balloon as hard as you want and it never travels that far and it really doesn't harm anything."
Meanwhile, another mum explained why parents should take a dog bed for their children to use while travelling.
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