Overestimate on everything. Bring at least as many diapers and wipes as you go through on a daily basis for each day you will be on your trip. Then bring an extra two days in case the baby gets diarrhea, or you unexpectedly take a little bit longer than planned. Don't forget changing pads or something similar to keep the area that you use to change your baby in clean.
If you're not sure about the weather, or if it is unpredictable, bring a large variety of clothing. Bring a couple of extra outfits, preferably things you can layer or mix and match. Try to pack at least one spare outfit for each day of your trip, especially if you will not have laundry facilities. Just because baby is away from home doesn't mean he wont mess - babies always mess!
We were hungry by then so we started looking for a place to eat. The directory in the room and the map from the car rental place showed several places that looked inviting, but nearly every one of them served Mexican food. We were to soon realize that summer is off-season in the desert and a lot of the restaurant owners go somewhere cooler. Many places were either closed for the season or only open on weekends.
Have some lunch box ice packs in the freezer? Go ahead and wrap them up in a towel and use them to cool down. The back of the neck is a great place to start your cool down.
Spa Treatment: Why not pamper yourself for a couple of days. Spoil yourself with a first class hotel that offers excellent room service and has a world-class spa with the works. You deserve it so treat yourself or loved one to total relaxation, rest, and pampering.
Boil the noodles according to the package directions. While they are boiling, mix the ingredients in a bowl. Drain the noodles when they are done. You may want to shake the drainer to get excess water out. Mix the noodles into the cheese mixture. Pour into a 9X13 pan (I use two pans. One 9X13 and an 8x8) and cover with aluminum foil with one corner torn off so you can check the food while it cooks. Bake on 350-400 until cheese mix is bubbly (this usually takes 20-30 minutes. Pull it out and take off the aluminum foil. Spread the 2 cups of cheese across the top and place it back in the oven until the cheese on top is melted. You can cook it just until the cheese starts to brown but I wouldn't go any further than that.
In addition to avoiding the artificial additives, avoid products that contain petrolatum, paraffin and mineral oil. Those ingredients are not moisturizing. They clog the pores and inhibit the natural rejuvenation processes.