Travelling with babies and toddlers can be quite a challenge but with a bit of planning and some great toys, you can make the trip an entertaining and easy one.
I’m sharing some of my insider tips. I hope that people will start traveling again and make the most of every family vacation, girls’ weekend, and other opportunities to hit the road (or sky or rail).
All this talk of ice cream brings us to our third area – frills. If you have your plan for a budgeted family road trip in place and your food lined out, frills might attack your budget in the form of souvenirs or the new DVD purchase in a truck stop display that grabs your […]
Picking up snacks and drinks at typical gas stops during your family road trip is what those convenient marts are counting on. However, you can still stay on budget and enjoy your trip with just a bit of extra planning. Here are my best tips for overcoming budget pitfalls in the area of food costs. […]
The first stop, The Creation Museum in Kentucky. With a dinosaur lover or three in the family, we wanted our children to understand the science behind a God-created world. And I wanted to be able to read the educational signs without having to edit.
Here are some tips for visiting the Creation Museum with a family now that I’ve had a chance to check it out for myself.
Not long ago, my husband and I decided that it would be a good idea to drive 13 hours to take a week-long vacation with our two children. These said children are 3.5 years old and 1.5 years old. Oh, and I was just at the end of my first trimester with baby number three. […]