{see the world} 5 Must-Read Articles on Traveling with Babies and Toddlers

If you’ve been following along for awhile, you have probably figured out that I love to travel – a LOT. I have (as of this writing) a 3 year old son who has been to 16 countries on 5 continents, not to mention all the repeats and domestic trips. So as you can imagine, I know a thing or two about traveling with babies and toddlers. I don’t write specifically about that aspect of travel here, so I thought I’d share a round-up of five great articles on traveling with babies and toddlers.

If you’ve got the itch to get up and go, but your baby is holding you back, let these inspire and inform you!

An article about me, with lots of my best travel advice, on Parentage:

Articles written by me, on Rookie Moms:

And 2 more on Rookie Moms that I won’t classify as “must-read” but that still may be fun for you:


Top picture: 2 years, 9 months old in Meknes, Morocco.

Pictures below: 8 months old and asleep at a Muay Thai fight in Bangkok, Thailand; 9 months old at a cliffside monastery in Bhutan; 14 months old chasing iguanas in Isla Holbox, Mexico; 17 months old in Lake Como, Italy; 20 months old and loving hand-pulled noodles in Shanghai, China.


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2 Responses

  1. Amanda C. says:

    I totally agree. We have four kids and we moved to Belgium after many trips and road trips. Kids don’t hold you back; your fears do.

    • Karen says:

      @Amanda C well said! Thanks for sharing! (We’ll be in Bruges this summer visiting friends for a couple days – can’t wait!)