Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Applying for a baby’s passport abroad

If you are planning on traveling internationally with your baby (and if you are visiting this site, I assume you are), it makes sense to apply for your child’s passport as early as… Continue reading

Child-free flights: the debate goes on

Not long after the internet argued over babies in first class, now we’re squabbling again over the idea of child-free (or child-friendly, depending on how you look at it) sections of airplanes. After… Continue reading

Another mommy blog is born

Welcome to Knocked Up Abroad Travels, a parent-friendly guide to travel. While there is no shortage of mommy blogs, travel blogs, or even mommy travel blogs on the internet, I wanted to create… Continue reading

Baby-changing in Istanbul

As crazy as Turks are for babies, there aren’t a lot of amenities for them in Istanbul. While most restaurants will have high chairs, changing tables are few and far between. If you… Continue reading

Gear: Boba Wrap carrier

After many soul-destroying hours of research, we gave in and bought a Bugaboo Cameleon stroller. It cost a small fortune to buy in Turkey, but as we didn’t have a nursery to outfit,… Continue reading

Beyond babymoons: traveling while pregnant

I was never an all-inclusive resort person, and I’ve had only a few massages in my life, so I never expected to take the traditional “babymoon” of lying by a pool and getting… Continue reading

The origins of Knocked Up Abroad

Just over a year ago, I went “internet public” with my pregnancy and decided to document it on Gadling on a series of posts called “Knocked Up Abroad,” a name inspired by our favorite… Continue reading

Babies on a plane: the great debate

Recently, I wrote a column on Gadling about babies and first class on airplanes. This is a perennially hot topic in travel, one that everyone seems to feel vehemently about one way or the other. The… Continue reading

Why I’m traveling with my baby

This post originally appeared on my other site, in December 2011. I’ve reposted it here without edits. This week, Vera and I came back from a few days in London to see… Continue reading