Traveling Tips with a Toddler (Part 3 of 4)

Once your baby is officially toddling, traveling becomes interesting. It begins with chasing them in the opposite direction of your departure gate and getting them to sit still to buckle up to opening and closing the tray table a hundred times and sharing partially chewed food with your neighbor. Challenging, yes, but it is not impossible. The financial burden of paying for…

Traveling Tips with an Infant (Part 2 of 4)

Shortly after our son was born, we packed our bags for a wedding in Seattle, WA. At 5 weeks old, he was on his first of many flights. I was nervous, I over packed and was scared he was going to cry the whole time. Instead, he was near perfect. He nursed during take off, napped the duration of the…

Traveling Tips While You’re Expecting (Part 1 of 4)

  My husband and I travel constantly, for work and pleasure. From trips around the US to visit family, friends or music festivals to yearly overseas adventures. Traveling is in our blood and part of our monthly routine. When we found out we were expecting our first child, everyone told us to say goodbye to our passport, as we’ll be…