Baby-wearing is all the rage these days and with good reason – It’s natural, convenient, comfortable and great for bonding with your child. Up until Karma was a year old, she was carried regularly for grocery runs, in the metro and on buses. We lived in Singapore then and I actually did not know much […]
Month: August 2017
Parents’ Airport Survival Guide – 10 Steps to Sanity!
So here you are at the airport – Vacation is planned, flight tickets in hand, itinerary is set, bags are packed and you are ready to go. And then BAM! Right between security and immigration, a surprise mayhem pops up like a scary clown jumping out of a cake! Yikes! Even though most parents these […]
Top 10 Tips For Solo Parent Travel With Toddlers
Even though I consider myself quite an expert traveler, holidaying solo with my two and half year old in tow required a whole another set of skills. I got a chance to put mine to good use on our recent trip to US. While my husband Karan was around for the first half of our […]
Traveling with a tyrant of a toddler can be a handful and whether you’re the kind of family that takes 2 flights a year or 20, there are certain essential items that can make traveling with toddler slightly easier. It’s not just about packing light and surviving long flights but actually being able to successfully […]