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Packing With Kids: Road Trip Survival

Packing With Kids: Road Trip Survival

Every year at the beginning of August my family leaves our busy lives behind for a week and take a relaxing trip to the upper peninsula of Michigan. It is a beautiful place, and so worth all of the preparations that go into the trip the week before. The only downside is the eight hour [...]

Packing with Kids: Crossing the Border

Packing with Kids: Crossing the Border

My husband and I have traveled at least 60 plus times from Ontario, where we currently live, to New Jersey, where I am from. We know the trip like the back of our hands and don’t need a GPS or directions anymore. After we had our daughter, Anna, in June 2011, we planned our first [...]

Flying with Babies & Toddlers - In-Flight

Flying with Babies & Toddlers – In-Flight

This is Part Three in a series about flying with babies and toddlers. This post is about time spent at the gate, boarding and during the actual flight. Check out Part 1 - Pre-Flight and Part 2 - Airport Security if you haven’t seen them.   At the Gate If your baby will be flying on your [...]

Flying with Babies & Toddlers - Airport Security

Flying with Babies & Toddlers – Airport Security

This is part two of a series dedicated to advice on navigating airports with babies and toddlers; here is a link to Part 1 and Part 3. This post is all about going through airport security. It may only take a few minutes to actually get through, but the stress and headache it can cause is [...]

Flying with Babies & Toddlers - Pre-Flight

Flying with Babies & Toddlers – Pre-Flight

How many of us mamas only have to think about navigating an airport or flying with our babies to break out in a cold sweat? With how much the aviation industry has changed in the last fifty years, it’s not always a kid-friendly place anymore. But it can be. Just ask my son, who’s flown just over [...]

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