Traveling to San Diego with a baby and/or toddler is a great idea for a family vacation. There are so many kid-friendly things to do in San Diego, it’s easy to get around, there’s plenty of kid-friendly places to eat and stay.
There are many fun things to do in Sedona with kids, but without question the kid-friendly hikes in Sedona are the best. Sedona’s dramatic, towering red rocks are so much fun for kids of all ages to explore.
The annual summer vacation is something my parents gifted to my sister and I growing up. Now that I have a family of my own, I am excited to share the joy of travel with my daughter Annika.
I recently discovered that there is a word, solivagant, which means someone who wanders alone.
In 2015, two solivagants married. My husband and I met via a global travel community and bonded over our love of wandering. When our son was born in 2017, we promised to travel with our baby and to show him the world.
When we decided to have a baby, we also decided that we would not stop doing the things we love. For us that includes traveling and hiking. We knew that traveling and hiking with a baby would be a little different, and we’ve quickly learned to embrace life and travel at a slower pace. (Literally- when you are carrying a 13lb baby on your chest, you’re forced to slow down a bit!)
UPDATED NOVEMBER 2019
Are you wondering where to stay in Sedona with your baby? Over the years we have developed a very reliable system for picking good baby-friendly hotels for our family. To save you time, we have used our system to identify and recommend six baby-friendly Sedona hotels over a variety of price ranges.
Many of the world’s greatest cities have a way to get up high and see the city from an entirely new perspective and NYC is no exception. Two popular observation decks in Manhattan are the Empire State Building (of course) and the Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center). It’s worth a visit to one of them during a family trip to NYC.
When you think of Phoenix, Arizona, visions of cactus and desolate desert might pop into your head. But whether you’re looking for a warm winter family getaway or on your way to visit snowbird grandparents, you will be pleasantly surprised to find a fantastic family friendly destination.
Guest Post By NJS Kaye
San Francisco is a city that appears on a lot of Top Whatever lists—Most Romantic, Most Diversity, etc. Tourism is not something that “The City by the Bay” is worried about. But some parents fear that the romance of crooked streets and cable cars might be a nightmare for a trip with a baby. It doesn’t have to be.
If you are going to NYC for the first time, likely you will want to see all the top sights like the Empire State Building, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. Here are 5 additional sights you can add to your list. These may be less obvious, but you and your baby will both enjoy them!