So my husband and I are HUGE travelers! When we’re not out exploring, we’re home dreaming and planning our next getaway adventure! Since I recently relocated my computer into a more productive part of the house, I’ve been looking at cute ways
School is out and that means Summer has officially arrived!! Here in the PNW (Seattle area especially) we get a LOT of rain. So when we get nice weather we try to take advantage of it! To kick off the season, I’ve created this Ultimate Summer Bucket List! With over 60 options, there is
Mama’s… we’ve all been there. You hand your little one a bottle, snack cup, toy etc, turn around and suddenly hear it… yep, they threw it on the foor… again. When they reach the age of a young toddler, it suddenly becomes a fun game! And while at first it may be
16 days at sea, 5 ports of call, 8 additional days traveling through Europe and 7 countries for 1 awesome family vacation!
Unfortunately this awesome, nearly month long family vacation has hit several setbacks, after cancellation, after cancellation. All as a result of Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL).
Welcome back! This is part 2 of How to Keep Kids Safe on Vacation! If you missed part 1 or want to read it again, click here to be taken there. Below are another 6+ ways to boost your families safety on vacation and at home…
…SAFETY IN CROWDS CONTINUED
KEEP KIDS IN THE MIDDLE
We implement this at airports, malls, theme parks, literally everywhere.
Before my husband and I had our two kids, we knew NOTHING about car seats or any of these common car seat mistakes. Who knew that by allowing them to wear their coats, forward facing because “they’re two” or by using after market products you were putting your child at risk
I think we all worry about this, but perhaps even more when we’re in a new area or somewhere with large crowds. I remember the first time it hit us and hard, that WE were responsible for the safety and well-being of our precious new little girl! It was on the drive home from the hospital,
Ever since we lived in Colorado we have added a lot of miles under our belt. From flights almost every month, or a couple times a month to visit family, to moving back home to Washington. I’ve lost track of how many times we’ve flown with
My husband and I have always had a deep love for traveling! Before Faith and Alexander were born we went on vacations at least a couple times a year. For the majority of 2013 to 2015 we lived near Denver CO. Luckily for us, the Denver Airport was the home base for