Vacations can add up quickly, especially when you bring the kids. That’s why you need to know my top 25 ways to save money for vacations through these cheap travel tips when you’re traveling on a budget. Keep scrolling for all the info!
No matter who you are or how old you are, everyone needs a US passport to exit the country, children and newborn babies included.
However, the passport application process is a bit different for anyone under the age of 16. Read on to learn how to apply for a US passport for a baby!
One of the top questions I get from Marcie in Mommyland readers is about flying with kids on an airplane. Should they bring a car seat? I’ve been traveling with my kids on airplanes for the past 4 years. Some flights I’ve used a car seat. Others I’ve primarily worn a baby in my Tula baby carrier. And on other flights, I’ve simply had a child using the lap belt on the airplane. Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the CARES Safety Harness. So, Kids Fly Safe sent me 2 harnesses to review on my latest flight to Hawaii. See what I think below: Post contains affiliate links.
My family loves Disney! We don’t have annual passes to the Parks or go every weekend, but we are Disney-enthusiasts!