Traveling Family Spotlight: The Adventures in Parenthood Project

by Jillon February 21,2014 in Adventures In BabywearingFamily JourneyHealth and WellnessMommy Success StoriesParenthoodTravel

Looking out over Bow Valley

  Meet Meghan! She and her husband love to hike and climb around their *gorgeous* town of Banf, Alberta, Canada. They strive to continue this love and pass it on to their baby daughter. Their enthusiasm for the outdoors goes beyond pleasure as they both also work in the field and have contributed much writing […]

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Traveling Alone with a Baby, Lessons Learned, Flight Tips Enclosed

by Heatheron October 09,2013 in Baby CarrierBaby_WearingFamily JourneyHolidaysTravel

I just got back from a fairly whirl-windy visit to the states with my 14 month old and though it wasn’t easy, I did find a few ways to to make it as low-key as possible (and made a few mistakes I won’t be repeating). While it can be a challenge to navigate all the […]

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Traveling Family Series: Meet the Lighthiser Family

by Nicholeon July 12,2013 in Adventures In BabywearingFamily JourneyParenthoodTravel

I am delighted to introduce you to the Lighthiser Family! This amazing family of five, plus beloved black lab, are currently touring the western USA on bike. Between the six of them, they are pedaled along on two modified bikes and one pull-behind trailer. Learn how they are making it happen on a budget and […]

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Adventures in Babywearing: Visiting National Parks with Baby

by Nicholeon June 21,2013 in Adventures In BabywearingBaby_WearingHolidaysTravel

It is summer time for many of us babywearing families and that means a chance to enjoy the National Parks together as a family. Getting into these protected places is a special treat for most of us and it makes memories that last a lifetime. My husband and I love to get into the parks […]

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Traveling Family Interview: Meet the Hibbles

by Nicholeon February 03,2013 in Family JourneyLearningParenthoodTravelUncategorized

  I am pleased to introduce the Hibble family: Geoff and Robin, along with their children, Connor, Ethan and Stella. The Hibbles are the next family to be featured in our series of Traveling Family interviews. Having just completed a year of RV travel throughout the USA and Canada, they have just begun another year […]

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A Short Film: Born to Learn

by Nicholeon December 12,2012 in GrowthLearningNatural Parenting StyleResearchTravel

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=falHoOEUFz0&feature=plcp[/youtube] Private Schooling. Montessori. Waldorf. Public Schooling. No-schooling. Home Schooling. Travel Schooling. These are just a few of the many schooling options that families worldwide are exploring and flourishing within. I am typing this post from the road while my family and I are traveling in Gautemala together. Our son will be turning two years […]

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Going Expat Pt. 2: The Pros and Cons of Moving Abroad

by Heatheron November 16,2012 in Family JourneyParenthoodTravel

I recently wrote a post about going expat. I recently gave birth to my first child living here in Chile with my Chilean partner. It’s magical, and it’s hard. My post mostly focused on the positive side of things, the how-to’s, etc. Today, I took a little photo tour of my friends’ children’s Halloween costumes […]

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Leaves of Change, Family Travel Keepsakes From Nature

by Heatheron November 14,2012 in Family JourneyGrowthJust For FunTravel

Sitting here today, watching the southern hemisphere spring emerge, I started thinking of the leaves changing, flowers budding, things growing just as my young baby is growing before my eyes. I thought of my trip back to Boulder last summer and how I plucked some leaves to steal back with me to a wintery Chile […]

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How To Keep Your Family’s Travel Spark Alive Between Trips

by Nicholeon November 04,2012 in Family JourneyJust For FunParenthoodTravelUncategorized

For those of us with a solid case of wanderlust, it can be tough to be too long between travels. Your ears search out exotic notes in the voices around you, your belly begs for street vendors and ethnic take-out and your passport looks down right pitiful gathering dust, it’s last inking a distance memory. […]

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Finding Where To Go, What To Do: Family Travel Resources

by Heatheron October 25,2012 in Family JourneyLearningTravel

Since long before I became a mother, I imagined (a dare say dreamed) of traveling to lots of far away places with my family. Friends who travel with their little ones and the examples of long-term family travel we’ve featured here in our blog have inspired me to no end. Certainly, I’ve started a bit […]

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