Traveling light with a baby on board is next to impossible. A change of clothes, diapers, wipes, formula, and a handful of distracting toys later, you barely have room for the tot.NurturMe baby food can help lessen the load.The powder-like mixture is quick-dried from 100 percent organic veggies and fruit (think astronaut grub). Sealed in flat, single-serve pouches that weigh less than half an ounce, they’re perfect for purse, pocket, glove compartment, or diaper bag. Just add water or breast milk, stir, and serve. No clanking jars.Choose from peas, squash, apples, and sweet potatoes; serve alone or blend for variety. The quick-dry process doesn’t cook off vitamins and minerals, so each portion is packed with the maximum amount of nutrition. Without any extra baggage.Available online at nurturme.com. The secrets to a meltdown-free vacation revealed here.EXHALEPajama YogaWhat: Drop off kiddos for stretching, crafts, and stories, while you spend the night on the town (ages 4-8). Why: Healthy bedtime snacks for baby Buddhas. When: Sat., 5:45-8:15 p.m.Where: Yoga Child, 903 South St. Register (by Wed.) at 215-238-0989. Cost is $50.SPLASHFairmount Water Works Interpretive Center Free Family ActivitiesWhat: Learn fun facts about H2O or catch a movie. Why: Endearing birds waddle across the screen in March of the Penguins. When: Thru Nov. 28. See schedule online at fairmountwaterworks.com.Where: 640 Waterworks Dr. (215-685-0723).HONOR Veterans DayWhat: See interactive shows, hear a drum and bugle corps, and watch military musket drills.Why: Whooshing Army planes conclude the day.When: Thurs., 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Where: National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St. (215-409-6600). Adults, $12; children 4-12, $8; under 4, free.Photo: Courtesy of NurtureMeUp to 50% off MatisseHaving a hard time finding boots actually made for walking? Matisse is a master at crafting them. Snag cowboys, booties, and even clogs for up to 50% off today on Swirl.