Tag: traveling with kids
Everyone loves to souvenir shop when visiting a new place, but it’s easy to buy junk that you’re never going to use (e.g., keychains, shot glasses, or other totally useless trinkets). And they always seem to pile up in a drawer full of other things […]
Portland, OR is a perfect vacation for adventurous families looking to spend time eating well and enjoying nature
Festival babies are nothing new, just uncommon. We brought our toddler along and he loved it!
For shorter trips, and especially for fair weather vacations, here are a few tips to pack light and avoid checking your little one’s bags.
Camping is great, but with a one-year-old, I’m not quite ready to do it with kids. Instead, we rented a small cabin in Hocking Hills State Park and we glamped for the weekend. Glamping, in case you’re not familiar, is a combination of glamour and camping. […]
For Jeff’s birthday, we spent a weekend in Aspen for some fun in the snow. He’s lived in the midwest for most of his life and I spent about eight years in Chicago so we both have a love-hate relationship with the cold weather. However, […]
A few years ago, I wouldn’t hesitate to fly across the country for a quick weekend getaway. But now that I’ve got a toddler on my hands, I’m trying to explore all that California has to offer. LA to San Francisco is only about six […]
It’s Christmas in New York! For the holidays this year, we took Jimmy to the Big Apple! When Jimmy was born, we decided that Christmas wasn’t something we would celebrate, at least, in the traditional sense. We usually opt for a family trip instead of […]
Jimmy’s first international trip – to Cancun, Mexico! Jeff and I had a wedding to go to in Cancun and I had just done a couple of international trips for work so I wasn’t eager to leave the little guy behind again. If you decide […]