Machu Picchu, Alpaca Farms And A Chocolate Museum – Where To Go When Traveling To Peru With A Toddler
When we would mention our upcoming vacation to Peru to coworkers, friends, and family, there were generally two reactions: “Peru? Wow, but what do you do even do there?” or “Oh fun, but if you’re going to Machu Picchu, you’re not taking your toddler right?” It was quite shocking to discover how little people knew about Peru. And then if they did know anything, it was surprising that they couldn’t see why we would take our two-year-old with us.
Greetings–my name is Summer Romeo. People always tell you to “travel now because when you have kids you won’t be able to travel again.” My
Traveling with our grandchildren was a bold move, but I am happy to report that we survived to tell the tale. Traveling from New York
When traveling with a family, it’s important to have a strong backup plan if things go south. AirHelp is here to ensure that Family Air
Here’s the deal, folks, flying is dang EXPENSIVE these days, especially when you add kids to the mix. Before your child’s second birthday, there’s a
Expats, adoptive parents, and others often need to get paperwork, passports, residency cards, and visas organized within the first few weeks or months of a baby’s birth. We share what we learned, what we would have done differently and Bébé Voyage members’ expert tips for taking an infant passport photo.
5 Things to do With Kids in Kauai: From a Family Luau to a Hike Up Waimea Canyon and Delicious Ice Cream
Thinking about taking your family to Kauai? We took our two girls (ages three and five at the time) to Kauai back in January and