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Taking your kids along for a trip can be stressful, but implementing a few simple tips can ensure your family vacation is full of fun. Whether you’re embarking on a 10-hour drive or a quick flight, here are a few great ideas to keep your kids entertained and happy from start to finish.

  1. Expect things to go wrong. Traveling with kids is hard, so go into the trip with a flexible attitude for when...


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Taking your kids along for a trip can be stressful, but implementing a few simple tips can ensure your family vacation is full of fun. Whether you’re embarking on a 10-hour drive or a quick flight, here are a few great ideas to keep your kids entertained and happy from start to finish.

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  1. Expect things to go wrong. Traveling with kids is hard, so go into the trip with a flexible attitude for...


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Traveling with kids is stressful enough, let alone the whole process of packing, unpacking, and re-packing. Here are a few key tips and items that will help ensure a smooth packing process.
Most likely you’ll be sharing a suitcase with your kids, unless they are old enough to carry their own. If not, use packing cubes. These lightweight compression compartments will help keep your clothing...


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There comes a time when all of your children’s clothes just don’t fit in the same suitcase as yours. When that time comes, it’s best to find an appropriate suitcase for your kid.

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If your child will be carrying or pushing his or her own bag through the airport, it is best to stay on the lighter side. Whether it’s a rolling duffel bag, for maximum “stuff-ability,” a regular check in or carry-on...