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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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Greetings–my name is Summer Romeo. People always tell you to “travel now because when you have kids you won’t be able to travel again.” My life forever changed when I had my daughter, but my life did not stop. Travel is a passion of mine, and I want to share that with my daughter.This past …

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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. 

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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Bébé Voyage community member and Gatwick mom Rebecca Redfern writes about how the community can help the planet while having fun by traveling consciously. I had been a member of Club Bébe Voyage for a while when it suddenly occurred to me that there was a discussion that we could be having. So, a little …

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Before attempting international travel across continents with your baby, it’s good to try something a little closer to home. Cabo San Lucas, with its beautiful beaches and views, is a perfect example of a destination that isn’t too out of your comfort zone. With this mom’s tips and tricks, the journey becomes a breeze. Traveling …

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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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