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Six reasons why we love flying Lufthansa with kids

We’ve flown many different airlines since having kids. Our experiences flying with kids have ranged from extraordinarily good to get-me-out-of-here-as-fast-as-possible. One of our consistent favorite airlines to fly with kids is German-based Lufthansa. Between their routes and those of Star Alliance partner airlines, you can travel almost anywhere in the world, often without too much […]

What to do when airlines get it wrong

Sometimes airline customer service is great… and sometimes when you have a problem with airlines, you feel like you’re up a creek. Read on for our family’s story of one airline’s epic customer service failure and tips for what to do in the case of bad airline service. I gave birth to our daughter in […]

Ride Safer Delight: Is the new Ride Safer travel vest a game-changer for family travel?

Ride Safer travel vest review: How to Ditch the Bulky Car Seat for Travel with Kids We all know that the laws of physics don’t change when you travel to a different country or ride in a taxi or fly abroad. That means that the only safe way for a child to ride in a […]

Why you should pack light and how to do it

The art of packing light can be a challenge even for seasoned solo travelers. With kids, it’s at least twice as hard! However, it’s worth the work – packing light with kids has always made our travels less stressful. We’ll help you navigate the ins and outs to make your travels easier.

Why you need a travel capsule wardrobe for your next trip (and how to build one)

As you know, we love packing light. It’s just easier for us. One strategy I’ve adopted over the last year to streamline my own packing is the travel capsule wardrobe concept. A capsule is a limited set of clothing (you pick the size) from which you can build a huge set of clothing by mixing […]

Time Zones for Kids: How to handle a jetlag baby

Changing time zones with kids is never fun, whether it’s a 3 hour difference on a visit to Nana’s house or a 10 hour difference between LA and Israel. When we first started traveling with Jacob, I can’t tell you how many times I searched the internet for “time zone changes with kids” or “jet […]

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