12 Tips for Long Haul Flights with Kids. Whether you’re looking for ways to score kid friendly meals, looking for easier ways to get your kids to sleep or ways to keep them entertained, I’ve got tips for making your long haul flight easier and more enjoyable!Read More
I allow both of my toddlers access to iPads when we travel. Whether in the car, plane, or train. For me, it isn’t about quantity, but quality. Are they mindlessly watching movie after movie or are they learning the alphabet, counting, shapes or colors? I recently asked several other mothers what educational applications they love for their preschool age kids. I compiled their answers and below you will find the most recommended apps for toddlers.Read More
Every parent wants their young child to sleep on an airplane. It’s just the truth. Having a sleeping kid on an airplane makes everyone less stressed. Whether your flight is 2 hours or 15 hours, it’s a good feeling to get some much needed relaxation while the little one snoozes the miles away. We have put a baby to sleep on an airplane, put a toddler and a baby to sleep on an airplane and we’ve even gotten two toddlers to sleep on an airplane. We have one good sleeper and one not so good sleeper, so it’s not always easy. In order to help other parents who feel overwhelmed by sleep time on a plane, I put together 6 ways to get your child to sleep on a flight, so let’s get snoozing!Read More
"Traveling with a picky eater can be frustrating, but it doesn't have to stop you! We have had a lot of luck finding comparable snacks and drinks our kids are familiar with when we travel; even overseas."
Sometimes a layover is inevitable. If you’re traveling with children, especially if you’re travelling alone with children, having the option of an airport lounge is a game changer. Between the comfy seating, free food/drink & clean bathrooms, there isn’t much to complain about. Anything that makes travel with children easier and more comfortable is a win in our book.Read More
“The real question we as parents need to ask ourselves is: Is the short duration of the flight worth skipping an entire adventure? For us, the answer is no. We take them. We get through the flights. We get through the mile high poop diapers & melt downs. We get through by finding some really great ways of dealing with all that comes with bringing the kids along for life's ultimate adventures.”Read More