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Two active families review the Mini Meis carrier.

As parents, climate change is an incredibly important and pressing issue that affects our children’s future. And we can often feel paralyzed about what to do about it. While we recognize that real systemic change needs to happen through progressive policy and regulations worldwide, we can, at the very least, do our best to curb our personal carbon footprint.

After a short break after the holidays we are back with a new Mompreneur. This week we had the pleasure to talk to Charlotte Burgoyne, reporter, mom of 3 and founder of Little Voyageurs.

Hello to all the world travelers in Club Bébé Voyage!  My name is Suzanne. I live in Santiago de Chile with my husband and our 21 month-old daughter, Ingrid.  Having been here four years, we feel pretty settled and comfortable.  Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city by far, is very cosmopolitan. We live in El …

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Author: Johnna Varty Bébé Voyage Rating: 6/10 I love the concept of the Crawligator, but it didn’t work as anticipated for our baby. He is 8 months old and able to army crawl on his belly, but not up on his hands and knees yet. I thought the Crawligator would get him to that point, …

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Martina Danelaite, a proud mama of two and Bébé Voyager, embarked on an intimidating journey to Chile and went visiting Torres del Paine with her family. Here’s how she did it.  Patagonia isn’t designed for babies and toddlers.  Sure, there aren’t any changing tables at trailheads or high chairs at picnic spots. Local Facebook groups …

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Hello to all the world travelers in Club Bébé Voyage!  My name is Suzanne. I live in Santiago de Chile with my husband and our 21 month-old daughter, Ingrid.  Having been here four years, we feel pretty settled and comfortable.  Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city by far, is very cosmopolitan. We live in El …

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Traveling with our grandchildren was a bold move, but I am happy to report that we survived to tell the tale. Traveling from New York to Paris every summer has been part of my DNA since I was three years old when my French father and American mother started the annual family trans-Atlantic tradition. Having …

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When traveling with a family, it’s important to have a strong backup plan if things go south. AirHelp is here to ensure that Family Air Passenger Rights aren’t infringed, and if they are, they’re here to fix it.  Written by Biki John Family trips are a great opportunity to create lifetime memories. If your kids …

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