Blog PostsWhere we talk about experience and give advice for Family Adventures.
I know, I know, touchy, touchy. Here's the reason for the bold, in-your-face, slap of reality: I woke up this morning asking myself that very same question. Do I have any excuse or am I just making an excuse? You see, for over a year, my lovely wife Rachel, has done...read more
Last week, I had the honor of being interviewed by "Suitcases & Strollers" a travel blog aimed at helping parents hit the road with kids. Aimee sent over a list of questions, and while I thought it was going to be easy, some of the questions had me scratching my head!...read more
Today I learned a lesson I thought I had learned before, but I think I'd forgotten about. I remember the same knot in my stomach I learned it the last time, so I immediately recognized it for what it was and it triggered the memory all over again. It has to do with...read more
You might be looking through these pages, listening to these families, and thinking to yourself: "That's great for them, they already had: ______, they already knew: _____, that's how they were able to make this family travel thing happen." There are most likely a...read more
She was so excited to see water coming out of the ground!If there’s one thing I’ve learned about traveling with young kids under 5 years old is to slow it down. They don’t care about the museums. They didn’t care that we were at the Vatican City. They were excited to...read more
The world is full of red tape, that's pretty much all there is to it. It can be overwhelming, and unnerving setting out on an adventure not knowing what the legal requirements are going from place to place. Your mind might flash with visions of your family winding up...read more