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We are a small family of three and this is our second year living in Shanghai, China. We moved here because of my husband’s job, when our son was three months old. He is currently 2 years old. Shanghai is a boisterous but burgeoning city where dozens of things happen simultaneously. There are never-ending things …

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One and a half years ago, when our daughter Lily was just about to turn one, my husband Brandon and I decided to do somethinga little crazy. We would take a year away from everything and travel the world, with Lily and our toy yorkie, Baron, in tow. Our itinerary would include Europe, Asia, Africa, …

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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 around the world trip or an extended family sabbatical.  Meet Emmie & Evie, the Australian mom & daughter duo behind www.mumpacktravel.com …

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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 call home. I was already dreading a visit to the local world-famous painting that is a must see …

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A wet or soiled diaper, according to Dr. Sears (my all time favorite online resource when it comes to pediatric questions or general parenting questions), is one of the main causes of discomfort for a baby. An uncomfortable baby means a fussy or cranky baby… A cranky baby means a stressed mom, and a stressed …

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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 the first eighteen months of her life (Austria, China, South Korea, France and Germany) and travelled on three continents …

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A wintery Saturday with the family in the second coldest capital in the world: Astana, Kazakhstan Hello All, I’m Anna, a motherscholar living and working in Astana, Kazakhstan. I’m an Assistant Professor within a Graduate School of Education, teaching early childhood education, how to conduct research, and working to promote diversity and access within education. My …

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Do kid-friendly historical sites even exist? Yes they do! Having children does not mean you are doomed to a life of no travel, or boring package holidays (although all inclusive meals and kids clubs do have their appeal). Historical travel with your boisterous kids in tow is absolutely possible. My husband and I have always …

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There are many factors that contribute to finding your perfect travel stroller. Family size obviously plays a huge role. Do you need a double or a single? Your travel style also requires consideration. Are you traveling in a large car with plenty of space or are you going to be on and off of public …

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