Tag Archive: Family Travel

Lufthansa’s Airbus A380 – The Journey, As Exciting As the Destination

My heart raced a little quicker with excitement. My throat choked up for reasons I wasn’t quite sure. My eyes drew wide like a toddler watching a marching band. I wanted to clap… Continue reading

Packing Tips – For Mom and Kids

I came across a great article on Travel + Leisure’s website, “QVC’s Lisa Robertson’s Top 10 Packing Tips”.  I nodded my head in agreement as it relates to my own suitcase then recognized… Continue reading

Altitude Sickness: Family Awareness

“Hi.  Mrs. Walsh? This is Katie from Daycare.  I don’t want to alarm you, but I wanted you to know your baby hasn’t eaten anything today and hardly napped.  She is still smiling,… Continue reading

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas–On The Road

Just about every year we round up the troops, grab all our gear and hop on a flight to see family for the holidays. This year is no different for Little B and… Continue reading

The Fuzzy Lemons – An Oasis of Smiles

A festive beat of drums, guitars and a saxophone intermixed with children’s joyful cheers ricocheted through the concrete canyons of New York City’s streets.  My family and I followed the vibrations and stumbled… Continue reading

B is for…Bon Appetit Magazine Dishing on Food and Family Friendly Rome

In Bon Appetit‘s May 2011 Italy issue, writer Hugh Garvey shared in “Little Caesars” his “key to a successful food- and family-friendly Roman holiday”…”Let your kids run the show”. We took Little B… Continue reading

Over the Hills and Through the Woods

Walking through baggage claim I hear in unison “Mommy!!!!”  Jumping into my arms and talking a mile a minute, Little B and the Boy excitedly recant their past week.  My parents volunteered to… Continue reading

Lessons from Traveling with Mom – Happy Mother’s Day!

Yesterday across the world, men and women, boys and girls, paused their busy lives to celebrate their moms, grandmas and mother-in-laws and give thanks for their life-long selflessness and unconditional love.  I spent… Continue reading

Tips for Long Flights with Toddler

Below is an email full of travel tips my sister sent to her husband prior to his first cross-Atlantic trip flying solo with their just-turned-3 year old daughter.  Thanks for sharing, sis! To:  Husband,… Continue reading

Top 5 Ways to Uncover Fun Family Activities While Traveling

Try one of these approaches to uncover fun activities or special events on your next family trip. 1. Ask a cab driver. Cab drivers are often friendly locals that want you to enjoy… Continue reading