Category Archive: General travel

Flying with a baby made fun and easy!* Part two: Be prepared

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… Continue reading

Flying with a baby made fun and easy!* Part one: timing

*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… Continue reading

The best baby travel toys that aren’t toys

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a small child in possession of a toy in a box will prefer to play with the box. Swear as you might that you won’t let… Continue reading

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

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