RTW with kids
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 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 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 January 13, 2012
Six months after leaving home my sons are closer than ever.
By Cameron on November 5, 2011
Hi it is Cameron and Ethan again and we are going to talk about Australian animals.
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By Heather on October 30, 2011
We had received confirmation of the apartment and instructions on where to pick up the key but emails to the owner netted no responses and as we approached landing in Sydney the knots in my stomach weren’t from the bumpy flight.
By Heather on October 25, 2011
There are moments on this trip that hit me so hard that weeks after they’ve happened tears still well when I think about them.
This was one of them.
By Heather on October 15, 2011
I was tired and I just wanted to get to the hotel. Then I looked out the window.
By Heather on October 13, 2011
More than 100 days, nine countries and countless adventures. Want more? We hope so.
By Heather on October 10, 2011
100 days later and there are fewer questions.
By Heather on October 5, 2011
It has been proven in every country we’ve visited so far but never more obvious than the 30 days we spent in China.