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When my husband and I decided to fly from Minneapolis to Hot Springs, Arkansas to visit family for Christmas with our one-and-a-half-year-old son over Christmas, I was so worried about how he would cope with the flight. I had heard horror stories from parents about their children crying and throwing tantrums. I wanted to avoid …

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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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Many people are unaware that just a 25-minute train ride away from Rome lies the magnificently preserved and kid-friendly Roman town of Ostia Antica (Ancient Ostia). This archeological park is lesser-known than Pompeii, but its ancient buildings, magnificent frescos, and impressive mosaics have been excellently preserved. If you will be staying in Rome, this is …

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When we would mention our upcoming vacation to Peru to coworkers, friends, and family, there were generally two reactions: “Peru? Wow, but what do you do even do there?” or  “Oh fun, but if you’re going to Machu Picchu, you’re not taking your toddler right?” It was quite shocking to discover how little people knew about Peru. And then if they did know anything, it was surprising that they couldn’t see why we would take our two-year-old with us. 

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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Meet Ashley, a mom of two living in Kona, on Hawai’i’s Big Island. Ashley takes us on an ideal family-friendly day in Kona where we discover the perfect beaches, shops, and shave ice joints that her family loves. Ashley is also a BabyQuip Quality Provider, which means she rents out baby gear, like strollers, pack …

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I’m Emilie, mother of Louise, age four, and I live in Geneva where I was born and grew up. Geneva often has the reputation of being a boring city for families. Times change, however, and so is the city. Geneva is actually a fun place to visit with kids. Here are some of our favorite …

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Wondering if it’s possible to take your toddler on a ski holiday? Before children, my husband and I enjoyed an annual ski holiday (definitely a holiday and not a trip!). Since having our two children (now ages 5 and 2), we’ve managed to squeeze in a few ski holidays (once to Val Thorens in France …

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