Travel Tips

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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…

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    Tips for baby’s first flight + Free printable packing list

    My sister is flying with her 8-month old for the first time soon and asked me for some advice. While I’ve previously written How to: Fly with a baby, looking back at it there are some things I’d add and change. So here, for my sister’s and your benefit, is a new list of tips on how to […] Read more…

Gear reviews

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    8 AWEsome Christmas gifts for little travelers

    1. Pilot and Captain has recently launched their Co-Pilot line, with lots of travel themed clothing and toys for kids. Check out their Airport T-shirts for $16. 2. Little Passports is a subscription box that takes kids around the world without leaving home. Subscriptions start at $10.95/month. 3. Fisher Price’s Kid-Tough Digital Camera is a great […] Read more…

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    The best strollers for your vacation

    Planning your travels with a small child begs the question: to bring a stroller or not to bring a stroller. I am strictly in the stroller camp for several reasons: Kids get tired. Parents get tired of carrying tired kids. Strollers allow for the occasionally necessary nap-on-the-go. Keeps kids in place when they don’t want […] 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…