Best Age to Travel with Kids

The smaller the better It doesn't seem so when you have a tiny baby and are overwhelmed with the big change in your life. But, having a toddler and having travelled with her a lot, we can assure you that the easiest age to travel with kids is till they turn 2. Before that they …

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Parenting is not for Everyone, just like any Other Job

Should i have a baby? Or wait? Or why do I need that fuss at all? Are you asking these questions to yourself? Do people around keep asking you ‘when’? I've seen various parenting stories: men who never wanted a child or desperately wanted one and became great involved fathers, men who wanted a baby …

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Books Every Parent Should Read

All things come into our possession with an instruction. Even a simple toy. More complex things go with a thick manual. But when a child arrives into our life, most people are equipped with very little information. Most new parents follow their intuition and there is no training, except for some guidance from parents’ preparation …

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Whole Day at Airport with Toddler

On our trip from Amsterdam to Singapore we had a 9 hours layover at Heathrow. What to do being stuck at an airport with a very active toddler? Of course, go out to explore the city if you can (just be sure to have enough time to return). If you, for any reason, cannot or …

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How to Travel with Baby and Enjoy it?

Travelling with a baby can be exhausting. You need to spend more time and effort on planning (it's not such a big deal to sleep in a car when you're alone but with a baby, you need to have a more decent place to spend the night at). With a baby, you may not travel …

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Planning a Multilingual Family

Living away from the home country, I didn't need to take a decision on whether my children are going to be raised multilingual, it is just meant to be so. At home, we speak Russian, Ukrainian with some friends, English with non-Russian/ Ukrainian speakers. Apart from Russian, Ukrainian and English, I also speak German and …

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