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Isn’t she cute though?!?! Who wouldn’t want the extra cuddle time while flying 🙂 So you’re doing it! You’re taking that first big step and flying with an infant! Congratulations!!! You’ve done the hardest part already which is committing to this adventure and buying that ticket. Luckily for you…..I’ve done a fair amount of travel with my kids since they were infants, both domestically and internationally, and was in the same place you are now: researching ; ) So here are my top 5 suggestions to make traveling with your infant just a little easier. I’m pretty sure most parents can agree that a blowout at 39,000 ft is less than ideal and to be avoided by all means necessary. While unfortunately, the majority of this depends on your mini you….there is something you can do to lessen the impact if you do find yourself in this situation 🙂 Step…

My big girls ready to hop on flight #1. Arrived at our little snowy airport in flip flops ready to go 🙂 You’re doing what? “Glaucio isn’t going?” If I had a dollar for every time I heard that question when I told people I was traveling ALONE to Brazil, with 3 kids, from Montana…..well lets just say, I wouldn’t have to travel in the economy class next time 😉 No fairy dust, no benadryl and I certainly am not super mom 🙂 I admit, we all had our moments with delayed planes, all the way to our overseas flight being canceled at 2 am: 2 hours after being boarded and kids sleeping, and of course everything in between. But these 10 tips helped me keep my sanity, my kids happy, and helped us make it from the snowy town of Bozeman, Montana, to the beaches of Rio de Janeiro,…

At least when you are stuck in traffic on the way to the airport, you get to watch the gorgeous sunset. My goal is to become a resource and share tips and tricks I’ve learned from both research, as well as personal experience. In an effort of transparency, I’ve told you I’ll share the tips as well as the major fails….well this was a little bit of a major fail :)I flew to Rio de Janeiro Brazil, alone with 3 kids from Bozeman, Montana in December. My way there, I followed my top tips for surviving travel with kids that you can read more about here, and it honestly went really well. So well, that I joked with a friend that the travel gods must have felt so sorry for me, that they helped me not to encounter any major issues while flying such as delays or canceled flights. I…

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