When we were travelling with our baby we were nervous in the beginning. However we soon fell into a rhythm and with out baby travel essentials felt that we had everything covered. But then the weaning started and everything changed. Here our top tips for weaning, especially for doing baby led weaning while travelling.
Qatar, not on everybody’s bucket list but it is gaining momentum on the tourist front especially through layover/stopover offers with Qatar Airways making Qatar holidays are more frequent thing. I have lived in Qatar for over three years and have discovered that people’s perceptions of the country are limited and many people even expats don’t really head off the beaten track. But there are loads of really interesting places in Doha Qatar. So here are my hidden and not so hidden gems of Qatar! View Post
As part of our new monthly link-up we will be featuring some of our fellow fearless family travellers. We can’t wait to hear all about other families global adventures. This month we are interviewing Jonny and Joelle from Daisy the Bus. Daisy the Bus is one of my favourite family travel blogs not only because they have some amazing adventures internationally but I am also learning lots about life in Luxembourg from them! It is also really great to hear a dad’s perspective on family travel. So without further ado here is our Fearless Family Travel Interview with Daisy the Bus! View Post
I love a walking tour but when travelling for business it’s hard to know when you will have the time which is why the free Melbourne walking tour was so appealing. No need to book just turn up at either 10:30 or 2:30 daily by the Redmond Barry statue outside of the State library of Victoria.
This week I have had my first business trip post parenthood. I’ll admit that it’s a good job that this isn’t a pen and paper post as if it was it might be illegibly stained with tears. It’s true I have never been particularly good at solo travel. I like experiencing things with my loved ones and just having someone to chat to. It’s just the way I am. One of the worst travel experiences I’ve ever had was a ten day business trip to Washington DC over Columbus day weekend on my own. I ended up jumping on a plane to Chicago for one night to see friends just to counter the loneliness. Therefore it came as no surprise that I was dreading this trip. Not only was I travelling alone but I was also leaving behind my ten month old baby for the first time. Not something I relished and I’ll admit there was a love actually scene in the departures area as I said goodbye! As I was sat at the airport waiting to depart I was overcome with the Mummy Guilt and would have done anything I could have to avoid going. View Post