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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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Brianne Yeagley, a member of the Bébé Voyage team and a proud mom, reviews the WAYB Pico Travel Car Seat with the help of her daughter.  Recently, we were fortunate enough to connect with the creators of the WAYB Pico at JPMA and got to learn about their game-changing new travel car seat.  After giving …

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When we flew back to California after living in France for a couple of years, our girls struggled using the ear bud style headphones from our phones. This meant that for most of the 11 hour flight (in which neither kid slept at all of course), our kids could either: Watch a show/movie as quietly …

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What is the Thai word for peanut? Can I fly with my child’s meds? How do I minimize the risk of an allergic reaction while on a flight? These are just some of the daunting questions that parents may face when traveling with a child who has food allergies. Traveling is a lifestyle for Cyndi …

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Hi Bebe Voyage fam! My name is Jackie; I’m an American living in Sydney for the last 8 years. Getting ready to pick up and move back to the US to be closer to my family. A very bittersweet moment. I have loved living in this city, it has so much to offer! Beaches, mountains, …

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This post is part of the Green Mama On The Go Series about taking actions to make travel more environmentally friendly.  It was an early morning in June, and my daughter and my husband were watching cranes and helicopters from New York City’s Highline Park. Improvised elevators rose up the sides of half constructed skyscrapers, cranes …

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Family vacations are a surefire way to make memories. There’s an entire world to explore, and nothing broadens young horizons like seeing and experiencing new places. Unfortunately, even luxury travel can occasionally be stressful, especially when you’re traveling with the whole family. While there’s no way to plan for every contingency, there are still a …

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Almost everyone has been on a flight where a baby (or two) screams and cries throughout the duration of the flight. This is the fear of EVERY parent who travels with infants and toddlers. The fear that MY little guy or girl will be THAT child crying nonstop and I’ll be given the :death stare: by …

Long-Haul Flight With Twin Toddlers – A Dad’s Perspective Read More »

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