By Heather on February 24, 2013
Three out of four members of the Davis family have trouble choosing a favourite, but one of us has no trouble at all.
By Heather on January 10, 2013
If you’ve been trying to make your family travel experiences less like a three-ringed circus and more like those ads they show on TV, I’ve got news for you!
By Heather on December 27, 2012
Sharing tips on how to travel light with the family on the Marilyn Denis Show
By Heather on October 9, 2012
If you’ve been thinking about around the world or long term travel with your kids, you’ve likely considered whether your kids are the right age or if it will be too difficult to re-integrate them when they’re home. We’ve been there and back. Here’s what we did and what worked well.
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By Heather on October 4, 2012
Ten of my favourite things about my favourite (new) 8-year old.
By Heather on September 16, 2012
We pulled them out for a year but going back to school proved to be only another step in a lifelong adventure.
By Heather on July 30, 2012
I thought Ethan was a picky eater, but maybe it was something else.
By Heather on July 11, 2012
Ethan is 10 today! He’s a remarkable kid and throughout our year away together he proved it over and over again.
By Heather on June 16, 2012
Today he is king and can do no wrong. Superman has nothing on him.
Bah humbug I say.
By Heather on May 12, 2012
A mother’s love is everything. Here’s hoping we always remember how good it is to give and receive it.
By Heather on February 29, 2012
From the moment I first read the opening pages of “What to Expect when You’re Expecting” and ditched it for the “Girlfriend’s Guide to Pregnancy” I knew I wasn’t going to be able to live up to the stereotypical model. I don’t even try.
By Heather on February 23, 2012
We talked about pacifists and living with passion and standing up for what you believe in. And I told them that we’d learn even more about him because we were to visit India where he lived and worked.
But I’m not sure I ever told them he was dead.