Hey, guess what? Our son at the ripe old age of 6 has done over 70,000 nautical miles by plane so far. How do I know? By totalling up the miles recorded in his flight logbook. And since we’ve accompanied him during those flights, either both parents together or mum on her own, it’s safe to say we know a thing or two about flying with a baby and traveling with toddlers. With our experience comes a certain level of knowledge and to help you with your forthcoming flights, I’m going to share with you some awesome tips for flying with a baby or toddler.
So, you’re considering jetting off with your kids but are looking for some hints, tips and secrets to travelling with kids to ensure it’s a pain free, enjoyable experience. In this post you’ll find some great information about travelling with kids, tips for flying with young kids, and what to do once you reach your holiday destination with my A to Z of travelling with kids. This is written from personal experience, so if I miss anything I apologise in advance!
If you had told me six years ago I would love nothing more than travelling with a kid in tow, I’d have told you that you were crazy. Fast forward those six years, now with a little boy in the equation, and that’s exactly what I love. In this post I want to share with you the reasons why travelling with young kids is awesome, all the reasons we love about travelling with our son.
As you’ll know, we were kindly invited to have a mid-week stay at Bluestone in October 2017 as part of the Bluestone Blogger Programme and we stayed in a Grassholm Lodge. Here is our Grassholm Lodge at Bluestone review.
In today’s Best and Worst Holidays guest post, we hear from Kelsey who blogs at Life and the Great Outdoors, who is sharing with us her best holiday as a couple.