Recently, I’ve gotten some emails and comments about traveling with strollers, especially in Istanbul, and it got me thinking back to my many months of stroller research pre-Vera and now many months of… Read More →
So it’s been a month (or two, eek) since we’ve been around these parts, but if you’ve followed us on Twitter or Facebook, you can see we haven’t exactly been cooling our heels.… Read More →
Like Rome, Istanbul is a city originally built on seven hills. Once you spend any time exploring the city (with a baby or without), you’ll estimate that at closer to seven million hills.… Read More →
My last post on flying with a baby had to do with timing, both the age of the child and the time of the flight. This next article has to do with packing… Read More →
*Okay, so every baby is different and I can’t guarantee that flying with a baby can be fun or easy, but the nightmare of spending hours trapped with a screaming, smelly infant on… Read More →
Before I had a child, I liked traveling to post-Soviet cities, day-drinking in sidewalk cafes, and visiting pharmacy museums. Then I had a baby...and not much changed.
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