Travel with Kids {A Series Recap}

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This past month we’ve been talking about travel with kids. Did you miss a post? Here’s the recap…

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Do you love to travel? Do you want to show your kids the world but think that travel with kids is too difficult?

Traveling with a family is not the same as traveling as a single person or a couple. It’s true. It does take work, but the rewards are worth it. This past month we’ve been talking about travel with kids. Our family also took a tour through western France with stops in London at each end.

Over the coming weeks I’ll be sharing what our family did this month. In the meantime, here’s what we’ve covered here on the blog:


Travel with Kids {A Series} | Life as MOM

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Travel with Kids {A Series} | Life as MOM

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This is part of the Travel with Kids series. Every day in October, I posted tips, tricks, and tutorials for making all your travels fun, frugal, and family-friendly. Be sure to read through the archives in case you missed a post.

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  1. Cameron says

    Hope you had a wonderful trip! I had a sneaking suspicion it was underway during all these great posts… 🙂

  2. Maya Andrews says

    By the way, I clicked to read some of the links in this post…. 😉

  3. Julie Plocher says

    I wanna go overseas with our 9 @6 @ my hubby doesn’t wanna on credit so we have to save. I like thevidea of creative ways of saving. Any other ideas from others?

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