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30 Best Ideas For Travel Gifts For Kids

With the holidays right around the corner, the scramble for gift ideas has begun!  But for kids who love to travel or are fascinated by geography and world cultures, I have you covered. Here are 30 great ideas of travel gifts for kids for the little adventurers in your life. This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you, if you…

Little Passports Review: World Edition Subscription Box

We all want to give the world to our kids. Well, how about bringing the world to your kids with the Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box?  If you are trying to decide if this program is right your adventurer, my Little Passports review can help you. This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you, if you make a purchase…

Hotel Review: La Nesquière, Family-Friendly Bed and Breakfast, Provence

One of the biggest challenges I find traveling with kids is finding a family-friendly bed and breakfast for accommodations for a family of five. This has been particularly more challenging in Europe. Typically, accommodations max out at three to four persons. Our criteria for looking for family-friendly accommodations in Provence include an authentic experience.  Location is also important, as we want to access lavender fields and kid-friendly…

5 Reasons Kids Should Watch The Women’s World Cup 2019

Want to know why your kids SHOULD watch the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019?  Ok, first, full disclosure, I am a soccer mom. A full-fledged soccer mom. I am so soccer mom, I have soccer balls roll out of my trunk when I load my groceries. I have to move my soccer chairs to make room for one of my kids' friends in my car. I once washed…

The Best Tips For Flying With Kids By Age Group

One of the most common reasons friends tell me they don't travel with their kids is they fear the plane part.  The idea of being confined to a small space in a flying vessel for an extended period of time overwhelms them. What if the kids get hungry, bored, antsy, or upset?  They tell me stories of the rough experiences they had and how it scarred them. I know…

Traveling With Kids: Guide For Beginners

Before having kids, I was very well-traveled. I went on a choir tour to Europe in college, lived abroad twice, traveled to more than 25 countries and worked for an educational travel company.  Travel is important to my husband and me. So, naturally, when I discovered I was pregnant with my first child while living in Paris…after thinking ” hooray!”… I wondered how I would…