Exploring the rose garden in Rotorua with our light weight UppaBaby G-Lite umbrella stroller. Does travel with baby sound stressful? It doesn’t have to be! We’ve been traveling as a couple for a long time, so we knew we didn’t want to stop our travel plans just because we’
Exploring Oranjestad, Aruba with the UPPAbaby G-Lite umbrella stroller Since our first big family trip, our trusty umbrella stroller, the UPPAbaby G-Lite, has traveled all over with us. It’s handled gravel, dirt paths and even sand like a champ. It’s carried an unreal numb
Traveling to New Zealand with baby/toddler/kids in tow? Here are some tips to help! GENERAL TIPS: One of New Zealand’s excellent playgrounds for kids. We found one in literally every place we visited. New Zealand is an incredibly child/family-friendly destination. We found cha
Checking out the Phil & Ted's Travel Cot for the first time. It's gotten a LOT of use since then! Holiday travel in your plans? Wondering how on Earth you’re going to deal with the crowds, the cramped flight or the long car trip with baby / toddler/ kids in tow?
Keeping busy in the car with her Learning Curve First Keys Teether safely attached with the trusty Sassy Links. Of course, since this was in New Zealand, a stuffed kiwi joined the crowd. Travel is exciting, right? Well, ok, maybe most of the time, but not all of it, and definite
UPDATE #2 (05/05/2011): Trying out the Phil & Teds Traveler (Travel Cot) at home We are now the happy owners of two Phil & Ted’s travel cots. We recently traveled to to Canada with our just turned two-year-old toddler and our four-month-old baby and both of them slept gr
iPhone 4 and Stoaway Bluetooth Keyboard Normally, we don’t travel with much technology. A small unlocked cellphone for emergencies, and sometimes a PDA (remember those?). However we recently took the plunge and each got an iPhone 4. There are several improvements in
UPDATE – 4/12/11: It’s now a year later and our UPPAbaby G-Lite Stroller has now traveled with us to Canada and Aruba, too, along with plenty more use at home. After our flight home from Aruba last summer, it no longer stood on its own. We emailed UPPAbaby to ask if