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Flying Without a License A.K.A. My Costco Card Saves the Day

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That time I found myself flying without a license…

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to try to catch a flight home at 8:00 AM when you’re hungover and realize you lost your license (and only acceptable photo ID) the night before? 

Well apparently I was curious about this particular situation because that’s exactly the pickle I found myself in on a Sunday morning in June.

To backtrack a bit, my husband and I had flown to Boston for a friend’s wedding on a Friday. We were very excited for a kid-free weekend in a hotel with lots of my childhood friends from New Jersey. Read More »

Parenting

Spring Break Kids’ Travel Essentials

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Be prepared for spring break travel with these must-haves!

Even though we aren’t traveling for my kids’ spring break this year, this list will be handy for any of the long car rides we have coming up. 

Here are some handy travel essentials that will help keep the whole family happy, safe, and entertained. Read More »

Parenting Problems/Tips

Helpful Tips to Survive Holiday Travel with Kids

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This post may contain affiliate links. Read full disclosure policy here.The following is a guest post written by Safety 1st consumer safety experts.

According to AAA, last year 94.5 million people were on the roads, train tracks or in the skies during the holiday season.  That’s a lot of people!

Then add your own kids into the mix of congestion and for some it can mean holiday headaches.  However, Safety 1st has some tips to help fight some of those headaches this season.

Plus, win your own Safety 1st car seat…keep reading! Read More »

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Infant Travel Checklist: Free Printable

Free Printable Infant Travel Checklist

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By the time you are reading this, I will (hopefully!) be on my way to my family’s cabin in the Poconos.

Since one of my goals is to try to be more organized in 2014, I have made a list of things to remember when I’m packing for my son.

Now I am a firm believer in over-packing, however, I am also a firm believer in whatever you do end up forgetting, there’s probably a Target nearby that sells it! Read More »

Parenting Problems/Tips

Holiday Safety Tips from Safety 1st

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The following is a guest post by Julie Vallese, Consumer Safety Expert from Safety 1st.

Giving thanks means turkey, traveling, and…traffic. 

For parents with young children this is a particularly important time of year to brush up on car safety and ensure that little ones are properly secured before hitting the interstate. Read More »