Jenn Miller has lived in tents for much of her life, on multiple continents, and with four kids. She shares her best tips for camping with kids. Say your "Hail Marys," pack a few "Hallelujahs" and dive in for an unforgettable camping adventure with your kids.
Anne Patrone recommends activities that that will entertain kids of all ages, ensuring that a Hawaii vacation with the younger members of your family doesn't mean your days will be spent at the kiddie pool.
Jenn Miller has never quite forgiven her parents for not taking her to Washington DC as a child, she's making up for it by dragging her kids all over the capital time and again. She'll show you where to stay, what's cheap or free, how to make the National Gallery into a treasure hunt for your kids, and more.
Thought your traveling days were over when your parenting days began? Think again! With Jenn Miller's hands-on approach to preparing kids for big-time adventure your family is sure to have loads of fun and be road ready.
You may (or may not) think traveling with young children is selfish, but Rachel Denning expounds on why taking young children on travel excursions is entirely for the children's benefit, not the parents.
Sick of Disney Land and Sea World? Why not take your kids to Lago de Atitlan or Prague instead? Jenn Miller shares her tips for making any destination "family friendly" as well as six places you should definitely take your kids.
Hosteling is not just for the young gap-year traveler anymore. Jennifer Miller shows families how to choose a hostel, what to pack, how to make the most of the experience, and maybe even score a private room. (Hint: have more kids!)
If there's an art to traveling with your kids, then traveling with your kids AND your parents might just qualify as an Olympic sport. Claudia M. Laroye offers 7 steps to get you on the road to a successful multigenerational trip.