Travelling with kids can be both rewarding and stressful.
Our first few family holidays were riddled with disasters – sickness, ear infections, mozzy bites, cancelled before we even left and so on. Now our children are at an age where we can start to relax a bit more and have more fun.
Still, travelling with little people in tow can be hard work. Keeping them entertained on long journeys and keeping them occupied and safe whilst away is not easy.
What to pack:
Freebie Finding Mom has this great printable travel checklist.
A mother far from home offers these ultimate packing tips for summer vacation.
Going on a road trip? RealCoake shares how to pack for a road trip.
Our Little House in the Country shares tips for packing plus list.
Travel with kids has a list of the top 10 car travel games and toys.
Cloudy with a chance of wine has a post on 20 easy travel activities to keep kids happy on a plane.
The military wife and mum gives tips on surviving international travel with a baby.
Humble in a heartbeat tells us how to keep control when flying with babies and toddlers
Conde Nast Traveller shares how to negotiate airports with children.
Breasfeeding place has a great post on breastfeeding and air travel
Y travel blog gives 17 tips for flying with kids
Kids Activities Blog shows us 25+car tricks and tips.
Organizing made fun has a great post on getting organized for a road trip.
It’s always Autumn claims to have the 20 best ideas for road trips.
Maybe I will tells us about their road trip jar.
Faith filled food for mums offers us some free printable car games.
Real Coake has this post on the 15 greatest apps for road trips.
Trips 100 tells us of 46 reasons to visit London
Princess Pinky Girl tells us of the things we should buy before going to Disney
Lou Messugo gives us the top 10 things to do with kids in the Cote D’Azur
Love Chic Living has inspiration for Californian vacations.
Frommers have a list of 100 places to take your kids before they grow up.
Back to Florida, Krystals Kitsch shares the best beaches in Florida.
For our own tips on travelling with kids you can read our posts from last year.
Have fun this summer 🙂