Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
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.
Here are a few reasons I’ve loved traveling abroad with my littlest sidekicks:
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
While I was writing my previous blog about my niece’s Minnie Mouse themed first birthday party, I spent a lot of time researching Minnie Mouse options for all of you in case you wanted to do something similar.
During my research, I happened upon a beautiful new collection called the Minnie Mouse Coral Flowers Gear Collection. And I’ll tell you what: If I had a baby girl, this is DEFINITELY what I would want for her! Check it out!
Posted by Chad Carter
This week, we’re in Texas celebrating Thanksgiving and visiting family. Our trip down was a magical one and being able to spend time with family we don’t see every day is a wonderful feeling. More so, getting to see our little guy spend so much time with his Mama and Papa (Grandma & Grandpa), his Tias and Tio (Aunts and Uncle), and cousins, is a great time for him. It also means we’re staying very busy, and have to be prepared every time we head out the door.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Recently I went to Disneyland with my two littles (ages 2.5 years and 5 months). We flew to California from Oregon, so it wasn’t exactly a super long flight, but as any parent who has flown with children knows, flying with children can sometimes be a little less magical than Peter Pan made it look.
It wasn’t my first time flying with a baby (I’ve flown with my daughter at least five other times), but it was my first time traveling with two kids instead of one, which made things a bit more interesting. With little ones, you can’t always predict or plan for everything (i.e. the time our flight was delayed for FOUR hours and fell well after bed time – you can imagine how that went), but I’ve found that when I put in the effort to plan ahead things definitely go better.
Here are a few tips that help me to make our flying experience go a bit more smoothly.