One of my pet peeves is strollers on public transportation. If it were up to me, I would ban them. While I understand that parents and their children need to get around, during peak hours strollers should not be allowed on a train, bus or streetcar.
Being able to leave for a year seemed crazy to many people around us. First of all because of the children's school. They will do their 4th, secondary 1 and 3 on the road. what better, in my opinion, to learn without compromises and scheduling conflicts!
Growing up in a small ski resort town, two parent income, close-knit neighbors, seems like a dream right? What happens behind closed doors may have you think twice.
Living in Belgium, my mom and dad had never seen an ostrich. They had seen such a bird on television, of course, but they had never seen a real live one.
Here’s the ultimate traveling with baby checklist! When preparing for flying with
baby or a car travel with baby, you must be ready in advance. Learn all the essentials of flying with an
infant on lap, or traveling with a newborn by car!
Travelling in general is stressful, but when you add a young child or children in the mix it can get a whole lot more exhausting. I have been travelling with my daughter since she was six months. Although it is challenging at times, we are left with no choice but to travel with our children; this, however, shouldn't make it an unpleasant memory.
It may sound counterproductive to plan out your getaway to the family cabin or vacation home, but you’ll thank yourself later if you do. If you’re not taking a trip to Disneyland, there’s a good chance your kids may quickly find themselves bored—especially if you’re in a more isolated area, without TV or internet. Preparing for the days you’ll be gone, with fun and relaxing activities for both the kids and yourself, will make this trip the best one yet! So, grab a pen and paper, or pull out the notepad on your phone, and take note of these family trip ideas.
For the most part, it always happened in the pre-dawn hours. You know, the time of day when the moon has almost faded from the sky... it’s still dark out, but birds are chirping and the sky is starting to get a slight tinge of a dark purplish, pink. That’s the time of day it would normally happen.
There is no better way to take advantage of the heat, sunshine, and longer days than taking a road trip with the ones you love the most. That is of course your family! Don't worry these tips will help you from feeling too overwhelmed while in the cramped confines of your family vehicle and answering the proverbial question of, "Are we there yet?" With a little planning any road trip can be simple and enjoyable! Leaving you and your family with more time in the outdoors, at the resort, or even at Grandma and Grandpa's house.
We recently returned from a 10 day trip with our three year old and nine month old. We survived. Vacationing with small children can seem more like work than play, but we value experiences, and we cherish the joy that our children had on our trip. I can understand why so many people are overcome with anxiety at the though of traveling with small children. If you value travel, like we do, here are three tips we used to make our travel successful.
We've learned and grown from our personal experience with flying with a toddler.
Modern technologies have made our lives so much easier. The automotive industry is no exception, as the number of gadgets inside the car increases by the year. Parents have embraced this chance for the better because it allows them to hand their children with tablets to keep them occupied for the entire length of the journey by car. However, families have been vacationing for decades without these fancy gizmos so a tech-free family trip is a real possibility nowadays. The only thing you need to know is what to offer all family members as a substitute for checking Instagram stories and watching cartoons.