Wanderlust Kids #7

I must apologise to everyone for the fact there was no #Wanderlustkids linky last month. I had hoped to get one sorted as soon as we got back from America but we then had to get BattleKid settled into kindergarten. So, as you can imagine, life got in the way. But we’re back this month and I am dying to hear all about your trips, hints and tips and anything related to travelling with kids.

I have to thank everyone who linked up in August. We had hints an tips, days out and holidays abroad. I’ve loved reading all your posts. I am going to continue as I started in August with a synopsis of everyone’s posts as usual but with the featured post as well. Introduced last time, this post gets special mention as the one I most enjoyed reading. 

August’s featured Wanderlust Kids post

This month’s featured post was a difficult one and two were in the running but in the end, I loved Nat from Awaybies review, and hints and tips post, about Disneyland Paris. As you’ll know we are going for the first time as a family in December and I gleamed some more hints and tips from Nat’s post. She wrote about where to stay, when to go in relation to your children’s ages and time of year, shopping and what rides are good. What I didn’t find out in all my own research was how good the Moteurs action show is. This Cars-themed show is going to be a must with BattleKid and our friends little boy! And I also got another great hint from Nat; bring on-the-go entertainment for queuing times with the kids. Now, I bought some Disney toys and colouring books in America for BattleKid. I was going to give them to him on the plane over but I think I’ll hold these for the queues! If you are planning a trip to Disneyland Paris I urge you to read Nat’s post as there is nothing like getting tips from those who have been!

August’s Other Great Posts

Rupreet of Rupeat shared her post about their amazing end to their Kenyan holiday at the Msambweni Beach House. The food, which always features in Rupreet’s posts looked and sounds amazing.

Jenny of TraveLynn Family shared some amazing hints and tips about road tripping with your baby. I love her idea of a cool box packed with snacks as it makes for a ready-made picnic if you see somewhere along the way you want to stop at.

Amy from Mama Mighalls told us about a great family day out for £25 for four people at the Kingsbury Water Park and the Broomey Croft Children’s Farm next door. Located in Warwickshire, they both sound great, although I know BattleKid would have to be torn away from the mini tractors in the farm.

Niamh from Treasure Tales linked up her post about visiting Rathbeggan Lakes in Co. Meath, Ireland. There is lots to do there for adults and kids alike and BattleKid would love the soft play and fairy garden. Just beware of the hidden costs as Niamh has pointed out, such as a charge for using a BBQ and the extras cost of rides!

Lucille from Bebe Voyage wrote and shared a wonderful post about 12 kid-friendly historical sites in Europe and hints and tips for visiting them. Rome and Pompeii are firmly on our to-do list, but I’d also love to visit the Cutty Sark. And we recently went dragon hunting at the Tower of London.

Lydia from Holidaze and Hellidaze shared a lovely post about Fagan Park in Australia. I love the sound of the Garden of Many Nations.

Laura of Musings of a Tired Mummy shared her post about their family day out in Staines. I have to say I’d have a hard time getting BattleDad out of Games Workshop.

Lisa from Baby Loves Travel shared her post about visiting Deen City Farm in London. I never knew there were city farms in London but I think they are a wonderful way to let city kids experience the countryside without having to travel for hours to get there.

Emma from Wanderlust and Wet Wipes linked up her post about visiting Lake Como with her mum and kids. She shared places to visit and stay, places to eat, things to do and even boats rides. This destination is firmly on the to-do lsit now that I know there is lots to do there with kids.

And last but by no means least, Zen Baby Travel shared their post about visiting the River and Rowing Museum at Henley-on-Thames. They had a lovely treat as Peter Rabbit and friends were visiting the museum at the same time.

I really enjoyed reading the different posts everyone linked up and cannot wait to see what will be linked up this month.

This month I am linking up a post which came into it’s own during our recent holiday. We have wanted to visit Yellowstone for a long time and finally got the chance at the end of August as some of you will know. Here’s our planning post along with our Yellowstone Bucket List. You’ll have to come back to see if we managed it all when I finally get around to writing up our recent travels. 

My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open from the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be a day out, a family holiday, somewhere new your children have discovered or a post with hints and tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will write a synopsis of the posts linked up (and/or featuring a favourite one, depending on the numbers), linking back to the owner’s blog.

So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Please make sure you visit a few other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.

Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use the #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached to it. Each fortnight I will pick my favourites to showcase. I cannot believe how well this little community is growing and appreciate everyone who has adopted the #wanderlustkids on Instagram.

I look forward to reading your posts, maybe gaining some inspiration.

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Wanderlust Kids #6

Well, July is gone. How did that happen? And with the start of a new month comes another #Wanderlustkids linky. Thank you to everyone who linked up their great posts to Wanderlust Kids last month. Last month was the best yet with a total of 14 great posts added to this linky. I never thought I’d get one person, let alone 13 (plus myself) linking up to Wanderlust Kids. There have been family holidays, days out, birthday celebration Here is a synopsis of everyone’s post that linked up, in case you missed them last month.

I have decided that if more than 10 people link up I’m going to do things a little different. I am going to still share a synopsis of everyone’s posts but I will also have a featured post, which will be the post I most enjoyed reading. I enjoy reading everyone’s posts but feel this time around there is one that deserves a little more recognition. 

July’s featured Wanderlust Kids post

Melissa of The Family Voyage. In her post, which is very comprehensive, she shared her exciting new that they are taking a “family gap-year”. They are leaving their LA home to travel the world with their 2 children. They plan to take in places like Thailand, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina and lots of European destinations. I am in awe of them and wish we could do the same. If we didn’t have our BattleDog I think we’d seriously consider it. Why not go check out her amazing post about Choosing Wings and all the things they have had to consider.

July’s Other Great Posts

Laura from Side Street Style share her post about going glamping in the Wye Valley. She stayed in the Mad Dogs and Vintage Vans and it looks like a great place for a getaway.

Jade from Mummies Waiting shared her exciting new free printable guide to what your child can ride at Disneyland Paris. Ideal for any of you who, like us, might be visiting there soon.

Lisa from Baby Loves Travel shared her 5 top tips for doing road trips with a toddler. We have used some of them in our recent drive from Santander to Portugal and will do so again on our forthcoming USA road trip.

Deb of My Boys Club shared part 3 of their family holiday to Loch Ness. In this post of their Scottish holiday series they did a Harry Potter road trip. They followed the train route taken by the Hogwarts Express and passed some stunning scenery!

Carol of Family Makes shared a post in which other family bloggers shared their hints and tips for doing road trips with kids. Again, this is another post I’ll be referring to in preparation for our USA road trip at the end of the month.

James of Scantily Dad shared his great post with 19 hacks for flying with a baby. I also learned something new in his post. Did you know that if you are flying with twins on a place with 3 seats to a row, you cannot sit together due to the limited number of oxygen masks per row? I didn’t but now I know.

Wandermust Mummy of Wandermust Family shared s post in which fellow bloggers gave us ideas for destinations for baby’s first summer holiday between June and August. There are some destinations in there I’d love to visit.

Rupreet of Rupeat shared her post about going to Majorca to celebrate her birthday. The resort they stayed at looks amazing , as does the food.

Jenny of TraveLynn Family shared her India Diaries post in which she shares with us their recent family move to India. They have moved for a year with her hubby’s work along with their 1 and 3 year old sons. Amazing. It almost felt like I was reading about our recent move too.

Laura of Musings of a Tired Mummy shared her post about their recent day out at Donnington Castle. The castle looks amazing and they also saw the White Horse at Uffington before enjoying a Mexican-themed BBQ. Yum.

Ami from Through Ami’s Eyes shared her hints and tips post about making flying with a toddler easier. Her hints and tips are ones we’ve used before and will use again in our forthcoming travels!

Niamh from Treasure Tales shared her top 10 travel essentials for toddlers. We always travel with a first aid kit, swim nappies and a hooded towel for BattleKid, all of which made her list.

I really enjoyed reading the different posts everyone linked up and cannot wait to see what will be linked up this month.

This month I am linking up a post which follows on from the one I linked up last month. Having booked our trip to Disneyland Paris for December, I turned to the blogging community to help me find out what rides are suitable for under 5’s at Disneyland Paris. 

My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open from the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be a day out, a family holiday, somewhere new your children have discovered or a post with hints and tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will write a synopsis of the posts linked up (and/or featuring a favourite one, depending on the numbers), linking back to the owner’s blog.

So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Please make sure you visit a few other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.

Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use the #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached to it. Each fortnight I will pick my favourites to showcase. I cannot believe how well this little community is growing and appreciate everyone who has adopted the #wanderlustkids on Instagram.

I look forward to reading your posts, maybe gaining some inspiration.

Please note that Wanderlust Kids will be late next month and will be live from 11th September as we will be travelling in America with patchy WiFi, the disadvantages of visiting Yellowstone and the National Forests.

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Wanderlust Kids #5

It’s that time of the month again for #Wanderlustkids and June has gone faster than I can keep up. Thank you to everyone who linked up their great posts to Wanderlust Kids last month. There have been babymoons, family holidays and hints and tips posts. Here is a synopsis of everyone’s post that linked up, in case you missed them last month.

Charlene of High Heels and Fairy Tales shared her post about their family holiday to Solana Beach in Mauritius. It sounds and looks amazing with very thoughtful kids club workers. It’s definitely on my to-do list.

Kiri from Kizzy, Izzy and Baby shared her post full of hints and tips to make the most of your visit to Legoland, Windsor. She had a great tip about getting wristbands for your kids to write your name and number on in case they get lost. I think I’ll be using that tip in future!

Lisa from Baby Loves Travel shared her post about a toddler’s visit to Shepreth Wildlife Park, which she found was a good place as a destination for a multi-generational family visit. Her only disappointment was the food outlets on site.

Denise of This Irish Family shared with us the 5 products you NEED if you travel with kids, such as ear plugs (we haven’t had to consider these with BattleKid as so far he’s been ok with his ears on airplanes) and Cozyphones with I’m seriously considering for BattleKid for when we travel to the USA in August.

Tooting Mama visited Roland GArros for a charity tennis event where world-class stars play championship-level one set matches. Her kids loved it and weren’t bored since the matches were short. Great way to introduce kids to the world of tennis.

Sinead of Shinners and the Brood shared her 20 things to do in Galway with kids and just in time for the summer holidays too. I never knew there was that much to do in and around Galway. I’ve been to Salthill and Leisureland but none of the others. This post has been added to Pinterest for future reference!

Rupreet of Rupeat shared her post about their recent babymoon to Dubai. They stayed just outside of Dubai and it looks like a lovely place to holiday with great food, apart from one night.

Laura of Musings of a Tired Mummy shared her post about spending time in Dymchurch, Kent, and told us of discovering that the beach was sandy and not pebbles as she had first thought. And I love her choice of nail varnish colour!

Deb of My Boys Club shared part 1 of their family holiday to Loch Ness. Oh my, what stunning scenery. And their accommodation looked perfect, right on the banks of the Loch. I’d love to do the cruise they did combined with the castle visit for some dragon hunting. Scotland is certainly on our family bucket list!

And last but by no meas least, Alana of Baby Holiday showed us how much fun glamping in a yurt can be. They had a great time celebrating their boys’ birthdays and she captured some stunning pictures too. I’d love to do a family glamping holiday.

I really enjoyed reading the different posts everyone linked up and cannot wait to see what will be linked up this month.

This month I am linking up a post I did recently where I got the blogging community involved. As I’ve mentioned before in our Holiday Diaries 2017 post, we are going to be visiting Disneyland Paris for the first time as a family this year and are in planning mode. I found all the hints and tips from my fellow bloggers so helpful.

My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open from the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be a day out, a family holiday, somewhere new your children have discovered or a post with hints and tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will write a synopsis of the posts linked up (or favourite ones depending on the numbers), linking back to the owner’s blog.

So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Please make sure you visit a few other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.

Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use the #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached to it. Each fortnight I will pick my favourites to showcase. I cannot believe how well this little community is growing and appreciate everyone who has adopted the #wanderlustkids on Instagram.

My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open on the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be about a day out, a family holiday, somewhere new your children discovered or a post with tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will feature some of my favourites, linking back to the owner’s blog.

So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Please make sure you visit a few of the other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.

Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached with it. Each fortnight I will pick my favourites to showcase.

I look forward to reading your posts, maybe gaining some inspiration.

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Planning Our First Family Visit to Disneyland Paris

BattleDad and I have been to Disneyland Paris (or EuroDisney as we still refer to it) two times. Each time it was a special anniversary for both Disney and my husband. You see my husband worked at Disneyland Paris for a year as part of the opening crew in 1992. Our two visits coincided with the 15th and 20th anniversary of the opening of Disneyland Paris. Well, this year is the 25th anniversary and so we are due another trip but this time things are a little different. You see it will be our first family visit to Disneyland Paris, as I mentioned in our holiday plans for 2017. Not only is it our first family visit and hubby’s 25th anniversary, but BattleKid will be almost four and my 40th birthday is looming this year too. So how do we even begin planning our first family visit to Disneyland Paris?planning our first family visit to disneyland paris

Firstly, we are going with friends so needed to choose a mutually agreed time to go. Personally, we wanted to leave it as late in the year as possible so it would be close to both my birthday (December) and BattleKid’s in January. Late November or December seemed like a good prospect when we started planning our first family visit to Disneyland Paris. Plus, my hubby reliably informed us that Disneyland will be decorated for Christmas so there would be just a little extra magic going around. So, we decided on the first week in December.

Next, we are going mid-week rather than at the weekend. Our friends had a quick look on the Disneyland Paris website and saw an “Extra Nights Free” promotion, so both couples were soon checking this out. But planning our first family visit to Disneyland Paris is a minefield, so I turned to the blogging community to get their hints and tips to help with our own planning.

Tips for planning our first family visit to Disneyland Paris

Where to stay

I never realised there were so many hotels associated with Disneyland Paris. I thought there was the main one, and maybe one or two others, but there are no less than seven Disney hotels, and a host of other partner hotels to choose from. Jennifer from My Mummys Pennies advises to stay somewhere fitting to your budget and you will get out of it what you need. She stayed at both the Santa Fe and Newport Bay Hotels, while Anna from Squats Sass and Saggy Skin has stayed at the Sequoi Lodge. Both Carol from Family Makes and Corrina (my sister-in-law), travel guru at Cherry Sue Doin the Do, have stayed at the Davy Crockett Ranch. Carol says the Davy Crockett Ranch is cheaper than the other hotels, the characters still visit this hotel, and her children are still taking about this accommodation (with its great leisure facilities) to this day!

What to pack

I know for a fact that Paris can be chilly in December. Our first visit as a couple was for my birthday at the end of December and I got very cold waiting in the queue to go up the Eiffel Tower on my 30th birthday, so I know we’re going to need jumpers and coats. I’ll need to fish these out of storage as they’re hardly going to be worn in Portugal. Beth from Twinderelmo has advised taking lip balm too as she found her lips got quite sore when she visited during winter. Lisa from That British Betty says to bring lots of snacks as those in the park are mega bucks. Jennifer from My Mummys Pennies has advised taking layers that are easy to take on and off as you go in and out of places. Janet from Falcondale Life says to pack a cool bag so you can pack it full of snacks and sandwiches form the breakfast buffet as again, lunch and snacks in the park are expensive. Kellie from My Little Babog advises to buy your character costumes, autograph book and pen at home and bring them with you to save spending a fortune in the park. And she also says bring your own raincoat as the ponchos are expensive and aren’t as good as raincoats. To sum up, as we are going in December, we’ll need layers and warm coats, raincoats, character costumes, autograph book and pen, and a cool bag with lots of snacks. Better book two hold bags so!

Where to eat

Quite a few of the bloggers, including Corrina, Kellie, Lisa and Janet have said to raid the breakfast buffet as lunch/snacks are expensive in the park and to bring snacks with you. Up until last year breakfast was included in a Disneyland hotel stay but it is now extra as part of the meal plan. I think we are planning to go with at least breakfast, so I’ll be following their advice and filling a cool bag to bring in with us. I might also pack snacks into our suitcases to bring with us. Kaz from Ickle Pickles Life reiterated this tip about bringing in your own snacks, but also says to bring in your own water bottles and refill them from the water fountains in the parks, saving you loads on drinks inside!

That said I do want to do at least one or two special meals as we have a few celebrations during our stay so we may book breakfast with the characters. Both Jennifer and Kellie have recommended Café Mickey for a meal so I think I’ll be considering that. Kerry from Kerry Louise Norris, who is one of the biggest Disney fans I know, says to ensure you book your table service restaurants well in advance. This will guarantee a reservation plus ensure there is no queuing up and being disappointed when you can’t get in where you want. Point noted Kerry, thank you!

What to see and do

Beth says Christmas is a magical time to visit Disney so to make sure we don’t miss the extra Christmas parade. Sarah from Boo Roo and Tigger Too told us that her favourite ride is the Peter Pan Ride

So magical and you feel as though you are soaring through the skies of Neverland.

Evany Carr, who’s mum Michelle blogs at All Things Baby and Me, has actually been part of a Disney parade. How cool is that! If you’d like to know how that was possible, watch her YouTube video. Lisa also says the parades and fireworks are not to be missed.

Michelle from Playdays and Runways and her family always go to Disneyland in December as she feels it’s the best time of year to go. She has said we must definitely watch the tree lighting ceremony which happens nightly at 6pm in the town square and is simply magical. Mickey and friends gather round to tell a festive story and sing Christmas songs. Then the lights go out in main street before coming back on one-by-one until every light on the Christmas tree has been lit. She said

even after years of watching it I still get goosebumps.

Beth has also said that you can visit Santa when at Disney around Christmas to get you in the mood so that might well be on our to-do list!

Other hints and tips

Nicola from All Things Spliced said that when you go into the park early in the morning you should head left. Most visitors head right and work their way around anti-clockwise. So, by going left and clockwise you should beat most of the crowds. Kellie from My Little Babog went one further and said when queuing for rides, queue on the left. Unusual but great hints to remember. The other big tip from many people was to bring your character costumes from home and dress your little ones in them. Those dressed up get more attention from the characters so it’s worth doing it. Corrina’s daughter got special preferential treatment when she was dressed as Elsa from Frozen, and she also saw a little boy dressed as Darth Vader get special treatment too on the Star Wars ride. Shopping list: must buy character costumes!

I have to thank everyone who has helped us in planning our first family visit to Disneyland Paris so far. I’m armed with hints and tips (and a growing shopping list). We are in the final stages of deciding where to stay and whether we stick to a budget or blow it completely as it’s a special occasion.

Corrina wrote a great post, Just Say Yes – The Art of Bagging a Good Travel Deal, which I’m mulling over and I’ve got Kellie’s 30 Awesome Dinseyland Paris Tips and Tricks – EuroDisney post bookmarked! Kerry’s Disneyland Paris Accommodation post is also being read with a fine tooth-comb to help us make a final accommodation decision. And if you’d like to know more hints and tips about doing Disneyland Paris with young children, you must read Kate of Five Little Star’s first post in a new series on her blog dedicated to Disneyland Paris, and also Suzy of Our Bucket List Lives post about doing Disneyland Paris with young kids. I’m eagerly awaiting the next ones!planning our first family visit to disneyland paris

All that’s left to do in planning our first family visit to Disneyland Paris is to make a final decision on accommodation, book our flights and start getting excited for an awesome few days!

Is there anything else you could add to the great advice we’ve been given so far?

Cath x

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WANDERLUST KIDS

Wanderlust Kids #4

It’s that time of the month again for #Wanderlustkids and May has come and gone. I cannot thank you all enough for linking up your great posts to Wanderlust Kids last month. I love reading all the different kinds of posts linked up and there were again some great holiday posts as well as hints and tips posts. Here is a synopsis of everyone’s post that linked up, in case you missed them last month.

Rhi from Toy Infinity gave us great ideas of what to take on a plane for young children to keep them occupied and entertained. I got a great new hint which I will employ when we go long-haul at the end of August.

Lisa from Baby Loves Travel shared her experience of taking a baby on a short cruise around Lake Zurich. I didn’t know about the cruises when we visited years ago but will bear them in mind for when we return with BattleKid in tow.

Tooting Mama shared some great ideas for visiting the French Basque country. From glorious beaches, to amazing villages, and great food, it has it all. I want to go now!

Lindsay from Newcastle Family Life shared her reasons why Beamish makes for a great day out for the whole family. It reminds me of St. Fagans, the Welsh Museum of Life, but with tours of a pit. I’d love to visit Beamish one day.

Charlene from High Heels and Fairy Tales linked up her post about their trip to Europe when their daughter was still a toddler. It’s in three parts so be sure to read the other posts in the series!

Sarah who blogs at Digital Motherhood showed us there is more to Orlando than just Disney and theme parks. I would love to visit the Crayola Experience she spoke about.

Steph from Renovation Bay Bee blog told us all about her Easter stay in a barn conversion in the Cotswolds. Wow. It looks amazing. Make sure to watch her video which gives us a tour of the place especially.

And finally Paul from Family Makes shared with us their recent skiing trip to North Conway, USA. He has included one or two videos and I couldn’t drive on those roads I tell you. There is also a serious sweet haul to be watched. He also gives us his verdict on whether to do a DIY ski holiday like this one again or a package one.

I really enjoyed reading the different posts everyone linked up and cannot wait to see what will be linked up this month. This month I am linking up my review of an AirBnB place we stayed at last year for the August Bank Holiday weekend. It was a great place to stay and suitably located for all the things we wanted to do around Chester.

My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open from the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be a day out, a family holiday, somewhere new your children have discovered or a post with hints and tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will write a synopsis of the posts linked up (or favourite ones depending on the numbers), linking back to the owner’s blog.

So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Please make sure you visit a few other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.

Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use the #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached to it. Each fortnight I will pick my favourites to showcase. I cannot believe how well this little community is growing and appreciate everyone who has adopted the #wanderlustkids on Instagram.

My ‘Wanderlust Kids’ linky will open on the 1st of each month for you to link up a post, old or new, which involves travelling with kids. It can be about a day out, a family holiday, somewhere new your children discovered or a post with tips about travelling with kids. As long as it features kids and is travel based it can be linked up. The following month I will feature some of my favourites, linking back to the owner’s blog.

So, if you’d like to join in, just grab the badge below, add it to your post and link up your post via the link up button below. Please make sure you visit a few of the other posts that have linked up and leave a comment.

Don’t forget that throughout the month you can use #WanderlustKids on your Instagram photos which involve travelling with kids. These photos can be abroad, home or days out, so long as they feature your children and have a travel theme attached with it. Each fortnight I will pick my favourites to showcase.

I look forward to reading your posts, maybe gaining some inspiration.

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