Baby Travel

Get tips and tricks on traveling with Baby. Whether your trip is a cross-country adventure or an afternoon visit to Grandma's house, these helpful ideas can help guide you every step of the way.

4 Tips for Surviving the Holiday Hustle

With Hanukkah having already begun and Christmas just around the corner, followed so closely by New Year’s celebrations, the Holiday Hustle is here. If you’re anything like our family, you might be trying to figure out how to shuttle your little ones between grandparents’ houses and plenty of holiday gatherings.

Here are four tips to help you survive – and enjoy! – the whirlwind of holidays ahead!

Why We Always Travel with Books

Almost from day one, we’ve been reading to Wyatt and sharing books with him. He loves to flip through them, pointing at the pictures, and every time he sees a truck, he says, “vroom, vroom.”

We love giving him the chance to see new and wonderful things, and have made it a point to incorporate books into our daily schedule — whether it’s trips to the library for story time, using books to keep him still while changing, or reading a nightly book before bed.

Books have become a very important part of his daily ritual, which is why every time we travel, we also take a small library with us.

5 Tips for Helping Your Toddler Deal with Jet Lag

Last week, a few days before my younger daughter turned two, we flew back from London after spending a semester there for my husband’s MBA program.

Toddlers and Jet Lag

Of course, the 14-hour flight was only the beginning. Once we were back in the States, then it was time to deal with jet lag as we worked with an 8-hour time difference.

If holiday travel is in your plans, here are a couple of tricks for making the transition a little easier:

Toddlers and Jet Lag

Bundle Up Your Little One with Some Help From Mickey & Minnie

We’ve been on the go this holiday season, traveling out of state for Thanksgiving, going on a recent weekend getaway with friends, and are now looking forward to an upcoming family ski trip with aunts, uncles, and cousins. It’s been a busy time, which means we’re having to make sure we’ve got exactly what we need for each different place we’re going. As we prepare to hit the slopes, we know the chilly temperatures require keeping our little guy warm, which is why I love this Mickey snowsuit.

The Best Parts of Traveling Abroad with Toddlers

My husband and I have spent the last four months in Europe with our two little girls, traveling to nine different countries and living in London while he does a semester of his MBA there.

There have, of course, been some moments where juggling two children and traveling across the world has seemed a little difficult, but overall, it’s been a phenomenal experience for our family and, I think, better for having had our children along with us.

Traveling Abroad with a Baby

Here are a few reasons I’ve loved traveling abroad with my littlest sidekicks:

Traveling Abroad with a Baby
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