Last month was the first of my #WanderlustKids linky and I was over the moon to get some great posts being linked up. I honestly didn’t expect to get as many as I did in my first month and I have to thank those who took the time to link up. It was wonderful reading the different types of posts being linked up.
Instead of picking just my favourites, I thought I’d be a little different for the first roundup and give you a synopsis of what each blogger shared.
Kellie from My Little Babog shared her post, 30 Awesome Disneyland Paris Tips and Tricks – EuroDisney. Her post is full of hints and tips to visiting Disneyland Paris. From queuing on the left (I know, how strange), to downloading the Disneyland Paris app, to bringing your own character costume, Kellie has you covered.
Sophie (not her real name) from Stuff and Nothing linked up Amsterdam: City Break for Three Please. She and her husband visited Amsterdam with their toddler in 2014 and showed that Amsterdam is doable with toddlers, although it might not be the most child-friendly city.
Alana of Baby Holiday shared their Family travel plans for 2017. I can’t wait to read all about their cruise and visits to Disneyland Paris later in the year when she writes all about them.
Paul of Family Makes shared a Dad’s Musings Before the Big Ski Trip. In it he shares his apprehensions about their forthcoming family ski trip, particularly as Mum was recovering from a bad back problem. I’m interested to read how it went.
Welsh Cakes and Wellies linked up a post about A Family Day Out in the Market Town of Cowbridge. It sounds like a wonderful little town here in Wales and I must try to visit it soon.
Alina of We Made This Life linked up her Top Ten Travel Must Haves which was her entry into the Mark Warner Holiday’s Ambassador Programme. I loved her take on the ten travel must haves. Alina came at it from a different angle with dream elements and experiences at the heart of it rather than your typical suncream and sunglasses angle. It was a refreshing read.
Anne of Just Only Home linked up her post about her dream life when it comes to travel. Her dream is to buy a camper in order to do more travelling with her family. What a wonderful way to see more of this big bad world.
Charlene of High Heels and Fairy Tales shared her post about her family’s stay at La Provence D’Afrique in South Africa, which coincidentally isn’t a million miles away from Krugersdorp where I grew up. It’s a really nice looking place to stay and is one Charlene may well return to.
Helena of Babyfoote linked up her post, Should you go to Bangkok with young children? She shared hints and tips and also warnings of what to expect if visiting Bangkok with young children. Most importantly she showed that it’s more than doable.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading each post and commenting on them.
This month I am linking up My Holiday Diaries 2017. I wrote this post in January and there have been a few changes to our travel plans since it was published. So I thought I would update it and share it with you this month.
My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open on the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be about a day out, a family holiday, somewhere new your children discovered or a post with tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will feature some of my favourites, linking back to the owner’s blog.
So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Please make sure you visit a few of the other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.
Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached with it. Each fortnight I will pick my favourites to showcase.
I look forward to reading your posts, maybe gaining some inspiration.