Enjoy the Ride!

Anya Clowers on November 21, 2014

Travel Tips to ENJOY Family Time at the Airport

Enjoy the ride!

Holiday Travel Days are here. Why not ENJOY them… no matter what?  Enjoy the Journey! Airport, airplane, car, hotel, train…any holiday moments are still family time. Holiday travel time is time spent together.  After circling the globe with my family, I have found the best itineraries are simple, flexible, and often formed as we go to capture unique…Continue reading

Lo Martin on October 09, 2014

Parenting at 30,000 Feet

Lo Martin

For as long as I could remember, I was a traveller. Transatlantic flights to visit grandparents bookended our summers and the romantic sound of the night train clattering through stations remains a vivid memory from my childhood. The trips of my 20’s were those I took alone, to places where I knew no one and…Continue reading

Mini Time on December 13, 2013

Stress-Free Flying with Baby

Use a baby carrier when traveling

With Christmas just weeks away, we’re approaching the hectic holiday travel window with its peak prices and crowded airports. But a flying with a baby during the holidays doesn’t have to be stressful, according to MiniTime.com, the family travel website that provides parents with travel recommendations based on the ages of their kids.  Here are MiniTime’s…Continue reading

Xza Higgins on December 10, 2013

Five Things to Remember When Traveling with Babies

Travel with Baby

Traveling with children can be a fairly daunting task, a friend once told me it could be compared to swimming in a pool of sand. You just don’t get very far, very quickly. Just like so many other things in life change when you become a mom, so does the way you travel. Gone were the days of one…Continue reading

Cathel on November 22, 2013

Face to Face with a Wallaby

So chic

We’re walking through a tunnel of coastal tea trees. The end of the tunnel is black, until sunlight pokes through, leaving the silhouette of a big wallaby, furiously jumping straight towards me. A second passes as both the wallaby and I realise what the two-headed creature we’re facing is. When I do, I grab my…Continue reading

Lauren Hufnagl on October 17, 2013

10 Best Babywearing Costumes

Spider & Web

I haven’t decided if I’m going to bring my six-month-old along with us while we trick-or-treat this year, but if I do she’ll most decidedly be going in the Ergobaby carrier. I’ve been looking for costume inspiration for her, and I’ve rounded up ten of the cutest babywearing costumes on the web: Harry Potter Baby…Continue reading

Holly Hays on September 06, 2013

Summer Travel Series: What I Learned on My Summer Vacation

Yay Ergo

My family and I have just returned from a trip to see grandparents in Santa Fe, NM where both my husband and I are from. We are a party of four these days—baby Gemma was born in late May—so traveling feels kind of like a whole new ballgame. And while I definitely envisioned plenty of…Continue reading

Julia Mangan on August 22, 2013

A Trip to the Lavender Farm

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One of the great things about summer is the chance to get out in the gorgeous weather and enjoy nature. Exploring is so much easier with baby in the Ergo so there’s nothing stopping us from our outdoor adventures. For my mom’s birthday, we decided to take a day trip to a lavender farm a…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on August 09, 2013

Summer Travel Series: Travel Tips from a World Traveling Family

TravelTips

Our trip lasted for 71 days, across 5 countries with a wide range of climates: chilly summits, heavy rains, dry deserts, rainy cities and sunny beaches. We planned on living in hotels, houses and a motor-home. I needed to pack for two adults and two children, aged 2 and 6, keeping in mind that we…Continue reading

Julie Kieras on July 25, 2013

Nothing Sweeter than Blueberry-ing and Babywearing

babywearing dad

Especially if daddy’s doing the babywearing. On a hot day! We set out one morning (a bit later than we’d planned) to harvest fresh, ripe blueberries from our local berry farm. Set on a windy hillside, the acres of land include a playground, farm store, pond, and fields after fields of fruit trees and berry…Continue reading

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