Travel Tips

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    The ultimate guide to RVing

    For many families RVing is an affordable and convenient way to travel, but how do you know if it is right for your family? If you had asked me three years ago, I would have been doubtful. I was raised as a resort girl. My parents were not into RVing or camping or any style of […] Read more…

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    Flying for two: A pregnant traveler’s checklist

    Whether you are planning the increasingly popular “babymoon” or have an important work trip to attend, flying while pregnant is no longer taboo. Most doctors will say that the safest time to fly is during the second trimester – when bouts with morning sickness have generally subsided and the risk of miscarriage is significantly lower. […] Read more…

Gear reviews

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    Gear review: Tiny Love Take Along Bouncer

    Product Description:  A foldable, packable bouncer chair that weighs under 5 pounds.  Intended for both indoor and outdoor use, can be used for babies up to 25 pounds. Measures 23.7 x 13.8 x 4.2 inches. Cost: USD$39.00. Can be purchased at Amazon. Pros:  Super compact. Easy to break down and set up. Affordable. Lightweight and breathable. Washable. Can be set […] Read more…

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    Gear review: Ergo Ventus baby carrier

    Product Description: The ERGObaby Ventus child carrier is a three position carrier for kids 7 – 45 pounds. (Babies up to 12 pounds, or without strong neck and head control should use the infant insert.) With this carrier you are able to place baby on your back, front or hip. It features a mesh panel to […] Read more…

5 things: to know, love, hate...

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    5 things: to love about Singapore’s Changi International Airport

    No one likes a long layover, particularly when travelling with kids. (Unless it’s a planned venture to stretch your legs, get some non-airplane food and maybe even see the city. I actually LOVE these rare types of stopovers.) But if you must bide your precious travel time somewhere, there are far worse places to be […] Read more…

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    5 things: To plan in advance when flying with a kid

    No one is ever excited to fly with their kids. And the younger your kiddos are the more troubling it seems. Use these easy pre-planning tips to take some of the stress out of traveling with kids. 01. Plan your flight for nap time. Or even better, overnight! This makes things easier on you, and […] Read more…

Places

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    25 family travel bloggers share their #1 vacation destinations

    Since having our second son a few months ago our travels haven’t slowed down, but unfortunately my email checking has… Was very disappointed to miss the opportunity to be included in this list of awesome blogs at TripAdvisor last month. However, my loss doesn’t mean we can’t all gain something from this article! My little traveling […] Read more…

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    5 things: to love about Singapore’s Changi International Airport

    No one likes a long layover, particularly when travelling with kids. (Unless it’s a planned venture to stretch your legs, get some non-airplane food and maybe even see the city. I actually LOVE these rare types of stopovers.) But if you must bide your precious travel time somewhere, there are far worse places to be […] Read more…