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Hello! We are the Rodgers family — Kendal, Clifton, Hagan (5.5), and Dorian (3). We lived in Austin, Texas, shortly after our oldest was born, then moved (back) to Indianapolis, Indiana, for three years where we had our youngest, and we are now living in a Southern city called Dothan near the Alabama/Florida/Georgia tri-state area. …

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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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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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Expats, adoptive parents, and others often need to get paperwork, passports, residency cards, and visas organized within the first few weeks or months of a baby’s birth. We share what we learned, what we would have done differently and Bébé Voyage members’ expert tips for taking an infant passport photo.

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