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Maintaining Family Bonds That Span the Distance

There is a special kind of heartache when the people closest to your heart are not actually near you. But distance doesn’t mean we have to be isolated from our extended families. Here, some intentional ways to stay close even if there is a state line or international border that separates you. read more

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Airline Travel Tips for Kids Five and Under

Air travel and kids don’t always go together smoothly. There’s the air pressure during takeoff, those pesky easy-to-unbuckle seat belts, and don’t get us started on changing a diaper in the airplane restroom! But don’t fret. We’ve got go-to tips from a seasoned mom traveler. read more

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Surviving a Road Trip with Young Kids

We love to take trips as a family. Weekend trips exploring our state or long road trips discovering new and exciting places. However, traveling as a family of five with three toddler boys is anything but easy! read more

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35 Steps to (Prepare to Go) Camping with a Toddler

Camping. It always sounds like such a good idea when you reserve the campsite in February. You are sure potty training will be successful and done and all the sleep issues in your house will be resolved by summer. Then the camping trip arrives. read more

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Change Summer Ho-Hum to Summer Fun

Somewhere around end of July, my kids are tired of the pool, video games and each other. I use these seven simple memory-making activities to replace the ho-hum of summer with fun. read more