It is the one announcement any parent travelling with small children dreads. You are all strapped in and ready to go when you hear: “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the Captain speaking. We’re going to be facing a delay…” What should you do if your flight is delayed?
Are you planning a road trip this year? With travel restrictions in place, many families are looking to take a road rather than fly somewhere for a vacation. Before you go, check out our ultimate guide with 21 tips. Stay safe and have fun!
Are you planning a trip as soon as lockdown lifts? With these 10 simple steps, you can start preparing your kids for your next trip now! Lockdown won’t stop you and you will be ready to go as soon as you can – and your trip will be all that much sweeter.
We’ve looked at what to pack in your carry-on for a long-haul flight with a small child. You’ve probably looked into it too. Well now let’s take a look at what you should NOT pack in your child’s carry-on for a long-haul flight. Trust me: leaving these seven things home or packing them in your checked baggage might just save your sanity.
We’ve already looked at seven reasons why travel is good for young children. But now let’s flip the focus: How is travelling with young kids good for the adult? What do the adults get from the experience of travelling with kids and the additional challenges it presents? Here are seven unanticipated ways that travelling with young kids can improve your own experience.
Despite awful weather, Underground closures and climate strikes, we had a wonderful time in London with Miss M. Check out our ultimate London itinerary for our tips and suggestions for what to do in three days in London with a small child.
For me, it is a chance to reflect on the last decade before moving forward positively into the next. For you, it is an opportunity to find out more about Tea with Mum before there was Tea with Mum. Read on to find out more about some of the events of the last decade that changed our lives forever.
Whether local travel, road trips, family visits or overseas holidays, travel is extremely beneficial for kids. Here are just 7 (of many) benefits that travel gives kids.
Are you planning a visit to Munich with a small child? Follow our tips and take our walking tour to see the best of the old town – with kid appropriate highlights, of course. Enjoy your trip!
A travel journal is not just a fantastic memento, but it is a wonderful way to get your child to reflect on what they have seen and done on their trip. Follow these simple ideas and instructions and you will have the basics you need to make a travel journal for your own child. You can easily tailor it to suit your child and your vacation.
Here’s our tried and tested tips on what to do on a day in Cologne, with additional suggestions on what to do with kids or if you have some more time and where to shop.
While some would advise against going to Venice with a small child it can be a lot of fun. Here are our tips of what to see when you get there.