As my family prepares for a summer of, slightly, intense travel, I have travel journals on my mind. Due to space and financial limitations, I'm going to attempt to keep it as easy as possible. I'm also attempting to provide my kids, who are now 5 and 7, with the most creative expression ... Read More about What’s in my kids’ summer travel journal kit?
Edinburgh is the first city I'm writing about for the UNESCO Cities of Literature for Kids series on my blog because it was the first city to be part of this list back in 2004. However, I would've liked to have put Edinburgh first anyway. It's a special city to me. My husband and I honeymooned in ... Read More about UNESCO Cities of Literature: Edinburgh for Kids
Today I'm excited to bring in the second in our installment from Melissa at BabyCastonOnBoard. She frequently travels for work. While away she finds books for her, now toddler, son, Aiden. She shares them with us in her column, I Explored, Now He'll Explore: Souvenir Books for Aiden. Her latest trip ... Read More about Souvenir Books for Aiden: London
It's not that often that I go off topic on this site, but I'm going to veer a little bit. This post is quick, to the point, and to the adult reading. If you're interested in travel books for your kids, you may be interested in reading yourself. Amazon Crossings is a recently launched subset of ... Read More about News Update: For the Parents, Amazon Crossings
A couple of things. I'm obsessed with national parks. One of the (many) reasons I wanted to move back to the United States was so my kids would have an opportunity to visit National Parks and get junior ranger badges. I've said many times that visiting national parks is my favorite thing about ... Read More about Best Children’s Books for a trip to the U.S. National Parks