When the travel bug hits me, I find myself searching for Rochester options. The Rochester International Airport is a much easier choice for my family.
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We homeschool, which gives us the flexibility to make last minute road trips when we feel the need to spread our wings. Bonus-the crowds are smaller!
Thanks to you, the next parent I see dealing with rambunctious children will encounter a more compassionate version of me.
Coordinating multiple families can prove tricky, though, so here are some lessons we learned that may help your group vacation stay focused on the fun!
This would be our first time flying with a toddler. I didn’t know how someone who loved moving around would handle having to sit still for the whole flight.
I never knew what country to call “home,” and I finally decided when I was in high school that home would be wherever my parents are.
This past November my little family embarked on a big adventure half way across the world. And like most big adventures, the planning and logistics of travel with a toddler was making my husband and I feel incredibly anxious. Heck, even travel without a toddler makes me feel a bit nervous!
For the last few years, we’ve planned a yearly family vacation up north. In the spring, we decide where to go and circle the dates on the calendar.
Decorah is a charming small town with options for everyone in the family. Whether you are a shopper, historian, or nature lover, you’ll find some fun.
Our family goes on spontaneous road trips to keep a thirst for adventure alive. Here are my best tips and a printable to help you enjoy a spontaneous trip.