Your children are now at an age where they will be able to take in and remember a vacation, so, naturally, you want to take them on their very first getaway. You are, however, very apprehensive about how they will take to flying for the first time. This is only natural too, but you should […]READ MORE
Tag Archives: travelling with children
Keeping kids busy in the car on long trips
We were lucky enough to be able to go on holiday to France, this summer. It’s a long drive to where we stay, but it’s worth it, and we love our time away. It takes a lot of planning to get away on holiday with a family, especially when you are in a car, and […]READ MORE
Should young children have to stand for adults on public transport?
When we were in Bangkok last Christmas, one thing I noticed, when we used public transport, was that Thai people treat children differently on transport. We used the SkyTrain a lot, whilst we were there (it’s amazingly efficient, we loved it) and when we got into a carriage with the children, people used to immediately […]READ MORE
Creative Kids – Bucket list wish?
Welcome to creative kids. Mum is rubbish at crafts, but she likes to find other ways to encourage creativity, using imagination and having fun making things… No glitter allowed! 😉 This week’s Creative Kids is a bit of a cheat, I am afraid. It’s half term, so I am busy with the child members of […]READ MORE
There’s a story, in the news this week, that caught my eye. It’s an interesting one, and the outcome could have the potential to affect all parents of small children who use public transport, with pushchairs. A disabled man, who was not able to board a bus, after a women refused to move her pushchair, […]READ MORE
Are we nearly there yet?
Is a phrase familiar to most parents travelling with children. We have just come back from holiday in France, and we travelled by car, there and back, a long drive, and heard “are we nearly there yet?” a good few times. Travelling with children can be fun, but also challenging for both parents and the […]READ MORE