We have experienced several long haul flights, crossing numerous time zones to arrive in our chosen destination. And have learnt that there is no cure for jet lag, despite what others may claim. However, there are things you can do to minimise disruption to your baby and their routine.
Travelling while bottle feeding your baby requires practical consideration prior to your departure. I have developed a simple, cheap and easy method that has enabled me to feed George anywhere. From the top of the Empire State building to the side of the road on the off beaten track. If you are a bottle feeding parent, here is everything you…
Leaving the safety of your own home for the first time, with your newborn baby can be very stressful. No doubt by now, you've second guessed yourself a thousand times over and the worry of your baby overheating is too much. In this post I'll share some ways you can help keep your baby cool when abroad.
Can you? Should you? Is it safe? Yes, yes and yes. There are plenty of things to consider and precautions to be aware of to ensure you and your little one remain safe and comfortable.
Since embarking upon our travel adventure whilst on maternity leave, we have driven from Texas to New York; Seattle to California and all across Europe. From a car, to an RV to a converted camper van - we've done it all. Here are some helpful tips and information you need to know before you embark upon your journey.
If you have worked hard to establish a bedtime routine and are worried about losing that when you travel, fear not. It is possible to maintain your routine despite being in a different location.
Thinking about booking your first travel adventure with your baby? You might be asking yourself practical questions, "Where do you change their nappy?" "Where does my baby sit?" or "Will it hurt them?" I've experienced both short and long haul flights to America, SE Asia and Europe with my son, since he was 12 weeks old.
When we revealed we were expecting a baby to my now, Mother-in-law, she burst into tears. As the big 7-0 approached and both her children had flown the nest, she was ready to become a Grandma. Thank goodness for technology because we currently live in the UK and my fiancés family live in New Zealand. Literally, you couldn’t get further…