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Exploring National Parks with Nat Geo Kids

Disclosure: I am a National Geographic Kids Insider. All opinions expressed within this post are my own and have not been influenced in any way. If you’re planning a road trip this Summer to any local (or non local) National Parks then let me be the first to recommend helping your children prepare by having…

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Tips for Sending Kids to Ski School for the First Time

Learning to ski is a gift. Kids can start as young as 2 years old—a perfect age to learn because they are not only fearless but also close to the ground. By learning to ski at such a young age, these kids will have the gift of knowing how to ski for their whole life….

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5 Tips for Traveling Sans Kids

I know, I know. This blog is all about traveling with children. And doing that is our favorite. My husband and I love taking our 5-year-old Reagan everywhere. I mean everywhere. She has met with world leaders, attended political fundraisers, and dined in hundreds of adult restaurants—all before kindergarten. Nothing is off limits…except maybe really…

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9 Essential Tips for a Successful Family Visit to Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium

Rich with museums, parks, and history, Chicago is an amazing city to experience as a family. As a local, one of our favorite touristy spots to visit is the Shedd Aquarium. So, during our recent stay at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile we were thrilled when the Marriott team gave us complimentary tickets to…

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7 Simple Tips for Traveling with Multi-Generational Family

Over winter break we packed up our family of four and flew down to sunny Turks and Caicos for a multi-generational trip with my extended family at the luxury all-inclusive Beaches Turks and Caicos Resort. Coordinating a trip with twenty people ranging in ages from 5 months to 86 years young can be a challenge….

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