Topic: Baby Travel Advice

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Which Form of Transportation Works Best on your Family Trip?

Which Form of Transportation Works Best on your Family Trip?

September 18, 2011 No Comments On our recent multi-generational family trip to the East Coast – combined with my daughters first East Coast Music tour – we took planes, trains, automobiles, cabs, subways, and our own feet all around the eastern seaboard. Which form of transportation will work best for you? Traveling with kids is often easiest by car – ...

 

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Flying Lessons – A Frustrating Travel Experience

Flying Lessons – A Frustrating Travel Experience

September 8, 2011 No Comments Our family recently completed a seventeen day trip from the Los Angeles area to the east coast. The purpose: a hybrid between supporting and facilitating my daughter’s burgeoning music career (you can find some of her tunes at www.nicolelexidavis.com) and a family vacation highlighting historic stops, urban delights, and finishing up at the beach, allowing fun ...

 

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Baby Trend Stroller Review – Single and Double Jogging Strollers

Baby Trend Stroller Review – Single and Double Jogging Strollers

August 29, 2011 No Comments We first began using our Baby Trend Expedition Single Jogger-Phantom when our son was around one.  Up to that point, we’d used a regular travel system stroller and though it worked well, it was bulky and difficult to push over certain types of terrain.  It’s not that my husband and I were major outdoor people ...

 

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Six Steps to Family Travel Planning

Six Steps to Family Travel Planning

August 10, 2011 No Comments I’m about to embark on a two week trip tomorrow, up and down the Eastern Seaboard. The trip is both a tour promoting my adult daughter’s acoustic folk rock career, and an exploration of things family and friendly for kids of all ages. Some cities I’ve never been to, some this will be a second ...

 

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Travel with Kids – Essential Planning Tips

Travel with Kids – Essential Planning Tips

July 16, 2011 No Comments Traveling with children can be a challenge whether it is by airplane or car. A little planning can make the difference between a dream vacation and a travel disaster. Here are some tips to make it go more smoothly. Plan Ahead with a List Make a list and check it twice (or thrice). Jot down ...

 

Picking Accommodations for Your Family

Picking Accommodations for Your Family

February 25, 2011 No Comments After I know where my family wants to go, the very first thing I do when planning a family vacation is to decide where we’re going to stay. For us, that comes before researching inexpensive air fare or travel routes. Pick a destination, find a good hotel, bed and breakfast, rented apartment or condo, motel ...

 

Disneyland Tips for Families with Children: Part II

Disneyland Tips for Families with Children: Part II

December 15, 2010 1 Comment   On my family’s recent vacation to Disneyland—a trip that included six adults, one pre-schooler, and two babies—we learned a lot about making the Disney experience fun and relaxing while traveling with such a large group.  Here are a few more tips (see Disneyland Tips for Families with Children: Part I), that came in handy ...

 

Family Travel Planning: Dining and packing for small travelers

Family Travel Planning: Dining and packing for small travelers

December 7, 2010 No Comments   Possibly the two most important elements of any trip – with or without children – are what you’ll eat and what essential but sometimes forgotten items you’ll bring on your journey.  Let’s start with a look at mealtime. Not exactly a news flash, is it? When you get hungry, you get cranky. Small children ...

 

Planning Ahead for a Family Trip – Tips and Advice

Planning Ahead for a Family Trip – Tips and Advice

December 6, 2010 No Comments As the holidays appoach, many of us are planning to visit relatives, take a vacation, or at least plan for one the next time we can afford to take it! Planning is something we love to do, often conceiving an idea for a trip, outlining the places we want to go, and then spending many ...

 

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Preparing Children for the New TSA Procedures

Preparing Children for the New TSA Procedures

November 27, 2010 1 Comment As the holiday travel season ramps up, families are facing controversial new procedures at airport security checkpoints. The debate on the new procedures has become a firestorm of controversy, but the TSA is holding fast to its belief that the new procedures are necessary for everyone’s safety. Some families are actually choosing to avoid flying ...

 

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