Tagged: travel

weeLove: How to Travel Light (Even With Kids)

Rent Baby Essentials Less Baggage with Babierge Nothing squashes your vacation spirit quite like lugging bulky baby gear through a crowded airport… and having to pay big bucks to check it as extra baggage. Cue the collective “ugh.” Luckily, you can pack light(er), thanks to Babierge, a baby gear rental service in...

weeLove: The Booster That Fits in Your Bag

Mifold is Tiny and Mighty THE GRAB-AND-GO BOOSTER SEAT It’s a milestone for parents when little ones grow out of large, bulky car seats. (No one misses cleaning out the black hole of cracker crumbs.) When your big kid is ready for a big kid seat, there’s a new booster on the...

When Having Baggage is a Good Thing

It’s Time to Get Away THE PERFECT SUITCASE FOR PARENTS 3 common travel conundrums for parents: Fitting all the things Organizing all the things Charging all the things How about a suitcase that solves those problems (and looks really cool, too)? Consider Away Bags the Warby Parker of luggage. Thoughtfully designed with...

weeLove: The Travel Must-Have You Need STAT

Safe Sleep on the Go  THE AIR MATTRESS FOR TODDLERS So you’ve got holiday travel coming up and suddenly your toddler’s too big for the pack n’ play, but too small for a real bed. Eek. What should you do? Get this… The Shrunks Toddler Travel Bed ensures a safe, comfy...

MUST HAVE GEAR FOR DISNEY

Despite the fact that I run a company that’s all about baby products, when push comes to shove, I’m a minimalist when it comes to gear. Even moreso when I travel: the idea of schlepping extra stuff to the airport, through the airport, onto a plane, and then around my...

How to Actually Make Your Vacation a Vacation

Before I had kids, I swore that I’d never stop traveling internationally: I’d be one of those parents who takes toddlers trekking in Machu Picchu. Sure, the flight would be hard, but I could survive 10 (or 12 or 18) hours. I’d expose my kids to new cultures and expand...