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.

Here's What You Need to Know About Getting Baby's Passport

Can you believe the holidays are sneaking up on us already? This winter we’re heading to Whistler, Canada for a big family trip including Grandma & Grandpa, my brother and his family, and us. It’s going to be an incredible time but it got us thinking about one MAJOR thing. Wyatt needs a passport.

Gone are the days of crossing the border with just a photo ID; now even he needs a passport. Which led to a some serious research about what exactly that meant. Here’s what I discovered when digging up all the things we needed.

A Toddler's Tour of Park Swings All Over Europe

In August, our family left the United States for four months to visit countries around Europe and then spend three months in London while my husband does a semester abroad (you can follow along on Instagram, if you’d like!).

Of course, when you’re traveling all around Europe with a 21-month-old child (plus a 4-year-old), you end up visiting a lot of parks. And whether we’re in the US or somewhere more exotic, my girls always gravitate toward the swings.

Over the last two months, I’ve collected quite a compilation of pictures of my little girl on swings around Europe!

Swing Lover

Staying Stress-Free When Moving

We’ve just made a MAJOR decision. We’re putting our house on the market. If you’re anything like me, you probably feel moving is one of the most stressful, time consuming, and painstaking events in life. And that’s without a baby.

7 Questions to Ask Before You Fly with Baby

My husband and I like to travel, and we also have always lived at least half a continent away from our families, so we’ve ended up doing a lot of flying with our two little girls (in fact, we moved when my first child was 17 days old, so I flew with her by myself before she was even a month old!).

Four years and dozens of flights later, I’ve gotten fairly good at airplane travel with my tiny children.

If you’re getting ready to hop on an airplane with a tiny sidekick, here are seven things to ask before that plane takes off!

Flying with Babies

Flying with Babies

Prepping for a Roadtrip

In a couple of weeks, my husband and I are driving to Texas with our three girls. It’s about a 13-hour drive, which is a lot for anyone, especially two toddlers and a baby. We’ve road-tripped before with our girls, but never for quite this long. I’m trying my best to plan ahead so we can have a smooth trip. I know it won’t be all puppy dogs and rainbows, but I think a little preparation can certainly help.

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