Are you thinking of spending a day of your adventurous vacation with your baby at the beach? If the thought of this sounds overwhelming, don’t let it. Follow our simple hacks for a successful day in the sun.Read more
The first flight with your baby can make even the most seasoned traveler more than a little anxious. We have pulled together our best tips from short and long haul flights around the U.S. and across the world into this detailed guide for traveling with a baby. From the must-pack items, on-flight entertainment hacks, and all the gear you should leave at home, we have you covered!
We weren’t always such confident pros! But after three kids and dozens of flights we have come a long way! Our third baby had his first international trip planned while he was still cooking on the inside!
Alright, let’s get to the big questions and then break down gear specific recommendations once we have you convinced that you CAN do this!Read more
If you plan on spending a few days in Boulder with your 5-year-old, you can do what I did and call your sister who lives in Boulder for an itinerary, or you can keep reading because I did all that work for you. We’ve put together the perfect 3-day Boulder itinerary with kids.Read more
For an action-packed, sun-drenched adventure with your little ones that mixes in kid-friendly adulting at craft breweries, look no further than Boulder, Colorado. Read along for Boulder travel tips with kids followed by the perfect 3 days Boulder itinerary with kids. Crafted for me by a local. Tested and approved by my son.Read more
Motion sickness or car sickness in young kids is unfortunately as common as it is gross! With one easily motion sick parent and two very easily motion sick kids, we have tested all the theories out there over many years and across many more trips. We have pulled together our top tips on how to prevent and manage motion sickness while traveling with your small children. Don’t let motion sick prone kids keep you from traveling more often.Read more
Earlier this week, we posted about how the sharing economy produced another awesome idea of camping at farms. We came upon this gem while researching ways to level up our family camping experience while exploring nearby Vermont. As a family of 5 with a baby, a toddler, and a 5-year-old living in NYC, aka the city that never sleeps, we didn’t think our little attention spans would survive a secluded campsite off in the woods. The RV campground style camping with playgrounds and video games and overcrowding is too contrived for us though so we started researching a good middle ground. Enter Farm Camping. We came, we tried, and we fell in love with the experience.
Read along for details of our Vermont farm camping itinerary along with a few tips and recommendations. We spent a lot of time speaking to camp hosts and locals to curate the experience, but none of the content on this page is sponsored. 🙂Read more
If you’re thinking about camping with your kids, or anywhere for that matter, you should strongly consider camping on a farm. The evolution of the sharing economy has now reached a level of creative genius that I tip my hat to, without dumping half my paycheck. What started with renting otherwise free afternoons to TaskRabbit or leasing spare bedrooms on Airbnb has now evolved into “Go ahead and pitch your tent on that little corner of my farm.”
Read along for an overview of how we got into this stroke of genius, how to find a good campsite near you, whether you’re in Vermont as we were or not, as well as other activities to pair with all of the fun you’ll have on the farm.Read more
Camping meal ideas usually go like this:
Hotdogs, smores, potato pockets, PB&J, repeat.
Hotdogs, smores, potato pockets, PB&J, repeat.
C’mon man! Camping meal ideas don’t have to be bland and you don’t have to be a professional chef either. We’ve been testing different options for the past few years and have made your lives easy. Behold our 5 day complete car camping food menu:Read more
We’ve all looked at all these aspirational blog posts from travel families who sold their homes, quit their jobs, and picked up nomadic jobs in marketing or writing code and thought, “I have too much at stake to drop everything and do that, but I really want a slice of that experience. I need to know how to travel more with my kids!” Thankfully, we have lived and continue to live this struggle and are here to share a few tips on how you can experience more.Read more
You have signed on for (or at least began to explore) the adventure of camping with your toddler (and maybe your younger baby or older sibling, too). But where do you even begin packing? Our camping checklist details everything you need to start gathering and loading up your car and the items you can leave behind! Need more tips about navigating the actual adventure? Head over to our Essential Guide for Camping with Toddlers.Read more