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.

What's In My Diaper Bag

OK, so technically this isn’t a diaper bag. I retired my diaper bag long ago once I realized the magic of compartmentalizing and was able to return to my purse…albeit a much larger purse, but a purse nonetheless. I remember those early days when I had to tow along so many things when heading out for the day, so it’s nice to keep things more minimal with a toddler. Check out the contents of my diaper bag – the toddler essentials!

What's In My Diaper Bag

Diaper Bags That Don't Look Like Diaper Bags!

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that these diaper bags? They don’t look like diaper bags at all. In fact, there are a couple here that I would sport any day of the week; day or night.

I definitely still wear messenger style totes with one kid and one toddler because we all know that the need to carry drinks, snacks, toys, and a change of clothes doesn’t go away once the baby exits out of the baby stage!

I’ve taken the liberty to round up my favourite DB diaper bags at the moment, specifically those that will work for years to come, as I know you’ll need them to. Dads, listen up! There are some picks in here that you wouldn’t mind either. Just sayin’.

15 Tips for Taking a Toddler to Disneyland

It is no secret that I LOVE Disneyland. I was never that into it before taking my daughter for the first time (she was 15 months old), but that trip ignited the magic, and I’m pretty sure I will be a full-fledged Disneyland lover for the rest of my days. So far, my daughter has been to Disneyland twice and Disney World once. We just got back from Disneyland trip number two a couple of weeks ago, and I definitely learned a few new tips and tricks for making the most of Disney with a toddler — so I thought I’d share them here! (Oh, and just a full disclosure lest you think I’m just a walking, talking Disneyland advertisement…Disney did not send us on this trip. It was a Christmas present from my parents who totally spoiled us.)

15 Tips For Taking a Toddler To Disneyland

Sibling Year In Review: Abby and Wyndham’s Best Moments From 2013!

Today I got lost in a time warp (time suck? Rabbit hole?) of reminiscing over all of my favourite moments, videos, and images captured from this past year with my darling mister and two maddeningly awesome little ones, Wyndham and Abigail.

I ventured out to share some of our favourite moments together as a family from 2013 and came up with a lot of adorable pictures of just the two of them. I started to hear their sweet little voices in my head, telling me all of the things they’ve started to be able to articulate. The things they love doing, their own favourite memories, what they miss with the passing of the seasons and what they can’t wait to do again. What they’re loving in this very moment and what makes something magical for them from one day to the next.

It seemed only natural that I let them ‘tell’ the story of their past year, their 2013 year in review as sibling adventurers; revving up for a fantastic 2014!

10 Things That Help Me Get Through the Airport with a Little One

Traveling with a baby. Just the very thought of this strikes fear into the hearts of the most seasoned parents. But, it doesn’t have to be terrible! Come prepared and you just might even enjoy that flight with your little one! I’ve done some posts about flying with children since we’ve done quite a bit in my daughter’s almost-two-years of life, but today I wanted to focus on just getting through the airport with a little one. Those two hours of checking in and waiting before you board your plane can set the tone for your flight, so it’s important to start off on the right foot. Here are some simple things I do that help me get through the airport with ease — they’re all fresh in our mind since we’ll be boarding a flight to Disneyland this week!

10 Things That Help Me Get Through the Airport With a Little One
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