Passionate About the Community
and the Moms Who Live Here

Tag Archives | travel hacks

travel-778338_640

Printable Packing List for Travel — for Everyone in the Family!

When I was younger (and child-free) I nabbed every opportunity I got to travel—nationally and abroad. California, Washington, Texas, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Florida, New York, Colorado . . . Ecuador, France, Canada, St. Martin, Mexico, Germany, Italy, Bermuda . . . point me to the plane, and I’d jump on it. The yen for travel was really a […]

Continue Reading 2
have toddler will travel feature NMB

Have Toddler, Will Travel

Today my 3 year-old son asked me to take him back to the Eiffel Tower. He wanted to go on the “roundy-round” (his word for Carousel) that was in Paris. Yes, my 3 year-old has been to Paris. Twice. He’s also been to Budapest, Santorini, Andalusia, and Croatia. He took his first steps at Lake […]

Continue Reading 0
travel_hacks_road_trip_nashmomsblog

Baby Travel Hacks – Road Trip Edition {Series}

  Traveling soon? We’ve got you covered. Our Travel Hacks Series covers planes, trains, and automobiles—as well as tips to make life with the littles more comfortable once you reach your destination.   Our daughter was 6 weeks old when she took her first flight. Living in Los Angeles while our entire extended family lived in Philadelphia […]

Continue Reading 2
train_tracks_boys_nashmomsblog

Travel Hacks: On the Rails Edition {Series}

Traveling soon? We’ve got you covered. Our Travel Hacks Series covers planes, trains, and automobiles—as well as tips to make life with the littles more comfortable once you reach your destination.   Do your kids love trains like mine? Do they squeal at railroad crossings? Can they name all of the different freight cars (hopper? tanker? […]

Continue Reading 1
Travel_Hacks_Home_Away_from_Home_nashmomsblog

Baby Travel Hacks: Home Away from Home Edition {Series}

Traveling soon? We’ve got you covered. Our Travel Hacks Series covers planes, trains, and automobiles—as well as tips to make life with the littles more comfortable once you reach your destination. There is no place like home. Seriously. There really, really isn’t—especially when the only other place you’ve slept is a uterus. For parents, however, getting away is […]

Continue Reading 0