When it comes to traveling with children as a single Mom, the hardest part of the trip is often the car ride to and from vacation. Before your next vacation, check out these long car ride survival tips for single moms.
When a cousin texts with a great deal on three nights at your favorite vacation destination- for the exact amount of birthday money you just stashed in your underwear drawer… You decide it’s time for fall break! It was our first overnight adventure without any big issue or hiccup. Maybe I’m getting the hang of going out-of-town with 6 kids in tow. Or maybe we were lucky… I probably just
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ShareFunshine #CollectiveBias If you’ve ever had a puppy, you know what a handful traveling with one can be! I always worry when we visit friends and family with our puppy in tow. She’s a wonderful, sweet dog- but she is a puppy! Which occasionally means that she destroys something or makes a mess.
One thing I have learned about children, is that they can make a mess. When we are on the go, those messes can be more than a little inconvenient! Whether my little one is digging in wet sand in the two minutes I am occupied passing out our picnic sandwiches at the park, or covering herself in art supplies on a play date. Thank goodness for portable baby wipes! In fact, you’ll
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #DisneyPixarCarsToGo #CollectiveBias My family is on-the-go all summer; vacation, visiting family, and a move! Six children plus long hours in the car and only one adult often means bored, cranky kids. The last thing I want is for the children to be grumpy when we arrive at our destination! My strategy: Keep the
Adventure- the kids and I, we thrive on adventure. Even before becoming a single mom, I often adventured alone with my crew- but only for day trips. Later this summer I’ll take my 6 on our first family vacation as a single mom. Traveling with children, even in the best circumstances, can be overwhelming. Especially when facing a very long drive, a toddler who dislikes his carseat and a preschooler needing