The World Trip
1 mom, 1 dad, 2 kids under the age of 10, 6 continents, 20+ countries: 1 Adventure of a lifetime.
By Heather on October 17, 2012
Last night, Ish and I had the pleasure to be a part of a panel at the annual Meet, Plan, Go event in Toronto.
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 September 29, 2012
If we’d brought nothing but these five things we’d still have had an amazing trip.
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 September 1, 2012
Our committment to having one suitcase each meant that we had to make serious decisions about what could come along for the trip. It was an exercise I’d reccomend anyone take – traveling or not.
By Heather on August 31, 2012
Give your kids a chance to show off their skills or simply show them the world is a big, bright place waiting for them to visit.
By Heather on August 26, 2012
We stripped down and climbed the rickety steps in nothing but our swimsuits, handed our cameras to the young men working there and climbed inside.
By Heather on August 15, 2012
Video of our latest appearance on CityLine
By Ethan on July 15, 2012
The whole trip meant a lot to us because we went to places that we never visited before …
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 July 9, 2012
We’re home and trying to come to grips with a new reality. One that looks like something we used to know and yet feels very, very different.
By Heather on July 3, 2012
I approached the driver’s seat with the trepidation that comes with the new and unfamiliar and set out to explore Eastern Canada on an epic road trip we won’t soon forget.