Why Japan Is One of the Most Unique Destinations With A Toddler

Bebe Voyage recently had the pleasure of hearing from travelers Gyongyi and Jurgen; Hungarian and Dutch parents living in Amsterdam. They chose to take a sabbatical after their daughter Mirin was [...]


How to Raise Global Citizens — A Word From Expert Expat Parenting Coach

“Are you sure you’re French?  But where is your home?”  This question is one that author and multi expat Florence Chabert d’Hieres has heard frequently in her life; having been adopted from [...]


Make Lasting Memories with Your Grandchildren

By Denise Long As a grandparent today, you are part parent, teacher, friend and playmate. One of the greatest benefits is being able to see the world through a child’s eyes again. The key to [...]


Adventures of a globetrotting mom and daughter

Hands up if you have day dreamed about leaving your 9-to-5 lifestyle behind and hitting the road! Reading through the questions on the BebeVoyage group, we know that many of you dream about an [...]


Talking (and Listening ) to People Who See Things Differently // Green Mama on the Go

I recently took my baby to knock on doors in New Jersey. We were partnering with Swing Left and Knock Every Door to get out the vote (and take back the House of Representatives in 2018), but [...]


How to be a Tourist in Your Own City

This post contains affiliate links.  Some weeks ago, an old friend of mine came to visit me, I asked him if there was anything in particular he wanted to see in The Hague, the place I currently [...]


Guilty: Dad Who Travels

Dad Guilt is a common struggle that is rarely talked about. Working Moms know the feeling all too well. My wife travels internationally for business every month or so and each time she has to say [...]


How to Instill Multiculturalism in Children

We are a family of three with three different countries as birth places. I was born in Romania, my daughter in Austria and her dad in France. My daughter has lived in five different countries in [...]


Cristina from Mothers Abroad on Raising a Global Citizen

We are very fortunate to have come across our new member and founder of Mothers Abroad Cristina Pop. A truly international mother living and breathing our values of raising children as [...]


Elizabeth from “Dutch Dutch Goose” on Loving Life with Kids Abroad

We recently spoke to one of our members and travel mommy blogger Elizabeth from Dutch Dutch Goose. She and her family (two boys aged 2 and 4) are from the United States, but have lived all over. [...]

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