“My family recently took our first European vacation with our sons, aged two- and four-years old. It was their longest flight to date, and first major time zone change! Traveling the world with small children can be intimidating and demanding. But you’re giving your children a wonderful gift, both in terms of memories and in the sense of widening their perspective. It’s amazing to watch them develop the ability to appreciate their own culture, and also start to recognize common cultural differences. When you introduce your children to the world, you’re inspiring a curiosity and sense of wanderlust!”
Read my three tips for traveling abroad with children on the Little Passports blog and while you’re there be sure to check out their subscription packages. We belong to Little Passports World Edition and love learning about new countries and cultures every month.
Happy Travels! xo
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